🎙️ Trustfall and cargo-semver-checks with Predrag Gruevski - RustShip
Sep 13, 2023
RustShip is a podcast where I interview other Rust developers to learn from their experiences.
In the second episode, Predrag Gruevski walked us through Trustfall and Cargo-semver-checks, two Rust projects he created.
RustShip: a new Rust podcast
Aug 18, 2023
I’m excited to announce that I started RustShip: a new podcast where I interview other Rust developers to learn from their experiences.
RustShip #1 — Creating successful open-source projects In the first episode, I interviewed Orhun, Arch Linux package maintainer and author of tens of open-source projects used and loved by thousands of people, including myself.
2022 recap, 2023 goals
Jan 03, 2023
Another year has gone by, and December is the perfect time to reflect on what we’ve done in the past 12 months.
Wait, but why? 🤔
Like everyone else, I don’t have enough time to do everything I want.
Release-plz: release Rust packages from CI
Jun 26, 2022
Releasing Rust packages is tedious and error-prone, just like most IT manual tasks. For every package you want to release, you need to:
Increase the version in Cargo.toml. Update the changelog.
CKAD: 2021 tips, vimrc, bashrc and cheatsheet
Sep 06, 2021
You are probably busy studying for you exam right now, so I will try to be brief.
In the following I will share the things that helped me the most in becoming a CKAD, while trying to avoid all generic tips you can find in all the other blog posts like this.
My 2020 Recap: Open Source, talks, meetups and more!
Jan 02, 2021
I am not a huge fan of year recaps or new year’s resolutions. Mainly because I don’t like thinking about the past in general or setting goals for the future. I like to focus on the present, following my curiosity day by day and if I realize I want to accomplish something I don’t wait the new year to do it, but I try to start as soon as possible.
Rust makes cross compilation child's play
Dec 05, 2020
Why do I care about this Recently I solved this delta issue, where the maintainer asked to switch from Travis CI to GitHub actions.
These are all the pull requests I’ve done if you want to have a look at this journey: #399, #400, #409, #411, #413, #417 and finally #418.
📽 2 videos about rust code coverage in VSCode
Oct 11, 2020
Useless personal stuff It's several years now that I feel the need to share what I learn with other people. I gained so much value from free online content that at this point I consider immoral for me to not give back something to the community.
Create an amazing Rust GitHub project in no time
Sep 05, 2020
Boring introduction Expectations on open source projects are becoming higher and higher everyday. If a project is not well documented or it doesn't have a test suite and a continuous integration environment, it is very unlikely that it will be taken seriously by the community.
Continuous integration with VHDL
Apr 19, 2020
Skippable introduction During this lockdown (like almost everyone) I have a lot of free time, so I decided to give a look at my to do list. In the looong term goals part where you can find impossible goals like "save the world" or "learn haskell" there was "learn vhdl", too.