Jornadas para los delegados de protección de datos en Sevilla

Disponibles para descargar las presentaciones de los ponentes de la jornada destinada a la formación de los delegados de protección de datos (DPD) de las administraciones autonómica y local de Andalucía.

http://www.ctpdandalucia.es/es/content/la-proteccion-de-datos-debate-en-sevilla

CityBound, an open source city simulation game in Rust

Además de la presentación del juego es muy interesante la discusión y los comentarios sobre la distinción Actors != Agents.

CityBound – an open source city simulation game in Rust (and using actors) from programming

A basic web application with Rust and Actix-web

The actix framework handles requests asynchronously, but in this case the handlers themselves are not implemented asynchronously, for example using futures. I decided to keep it simple at first.

A Basic Web Application with Rust and Actix-web from rust

An introduction to Web Development with Rust for Node.js Developers

On the Rust side of things, just TCP is implemented in the Rust Core. The current web frameworks (actix and rocket) are implementing everything up until HTTP though. So you don’t need to care where this is coming from.

If you want to use pure HTTP calls without any larger framework, you can install “crates” (equivalent to npm packages in the Node world) which implement the HTTP protocol (like hyper and tiny_http).

https://morioh.com/p/81bce2efcb4f/an-introduction-to-web-development-with-rust-for-node-js-developers

Explained: How does async work in Rust?

Asynchronous programming is a concept which allows not blocking the program workflow when waiting for the results of certain actions. So you can open a large file or query a database, but your program will continue processing each line afterwards.

Explained: How does async work in Rust? from rust

Is it possible to use Diesel schema macros with Rust 2018?

Diesel seems to be the only real database abstraction layer that is in a real state of completion. The problem is, though, following their guide (even when using new package import style) just results in missing macro errors for the generated schema file. After adding the «public» macro use statements, I just get more missing errors for «private» macros.

Is there any practical way of using Diesel with (stable) Rust 2018, or do I just have to wait for their next major release to be able to use Diesel?

Is it possible to use Diesel schema macros with Rust 2018? from rust

rustdoc tools or process tips?

The thing I’m struggling with is adding the source code to my docs in an efficient manner and without messing up the weird mix of code comments (/// or //!) + Markdown formatting.

Anyway, I’m wondering, how are people doing this currently?

rustdoc tools or process tips? from rust

El cangrejo Ferris

Imágenes para descargar en diferentes formatos del cangrejo Ferris, la mascota no oficial del lenguaje de programación Rust.

http://www.rustacean.net/