In many cases, combining business logic and IO can result in difficult to understand and maintain code. I'll try to convince that in many cases, separating business logic and IO can result is easier to test and maintain code.
My last day at Recurse Center, mini batch 1 2018
Day 3 at RC, and I'm focusing on porting a sample decoder program to Rust and trying to have fun doing other things too.
I'll explain how to step through a Rust application using LLDB and illustrate some of the most basic commands. This post assumes MacOS throughout. Things are probably _very_ different on Windows, but might be very similar on Linux and friends.
Seeks, Blocks, and overview Matroska layout
Live-blogging my way towards possibly decoding a few frames from VP9 video files while at Recurse Center
In Rust, returning references from functions can be hard to master because the developer encounters Rust's novel feature -- lifetimes. I'll demonstrate the problem and show strategies for handling The Borrow Checker.
Don't spend hours pushing one change at a time and waiting for your jobs to start in CI. I'll show you how to setup Gitlab Runner locally and cut your CI debug time by an order of magnitude.
For years, Github had a near monopoly on source code hosting; but Gitlab is offering real competition. Here's why I've made the switch.
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