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Rust: Unlocking Systems Programming
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| by Aaron Turon Follow 0 Followers on Feb 07, 2016 |

Aaron Turon explains Rust's core notion of “ownership” and shows how Rust uses it to guarantee thread safety, amongst other things. He also talks about how Rust goes beyond addressing the pitfalls of C++ to do something even more exciting: unlock a new generation of systems programmers by providing a safe, high-level experience -- while never compromising on performance.

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Aaron Turon manages the Rust team at Mozilla Research. His background is in low-level concurrency and programming language design.

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