I’m a software developer by trade and a Christian by life.
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I have some information about me;
I write things in my blog from time to time;
If you’re interested in Rust, I have written a couple of notable articles which remain popular:
Why your first FizzBuzz implementation may not work: an exploration into some initially surprising but great parts of Rust (though you still might not like them);
Rust ownership, the hard way, concerning what I have come to the conclusion is the key defining feature of Rust.
A fun little piece of Rust artwork.
Tagged: Rust, Fun
Published: August 20, 2019
I decided to add a dark theme as part of my new website. It turns out that the implementation of such a thing is not quite trivial, so here’s some information about how I achieved it.
Published: August 19, 2019
After five years with a hacked‐together Hyde site, I present my new differently‐hacked‐together Zola site.
Web frameworks normally have the concept of middleware; we’ve tried developing fancy fully type-safe middleware in Rust before, but not very successfully. I finally got it to work. Tween is the experimental result.
Tagged: Web, Rust
Published: June 1, 2016
In order to truly understand Rust, one needs to understand its crucial differentiating feature: ownership. Let’s go through it in detail the hard way.
Published: May 12, 2015
Last updated: August 19, 2019
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