Interview with Ashley Williams, Rust Foundation Interim Executive Director
Thanks much to Ashley for the interview!
0:24 Non-lexical lifetimes (NLL) and static analysis
1:47 Ok wrapping and usability & learning
5:41 Chalk (trait deduction) and language formalization
6:45 Is Rust functional?
8:51 Compiler speed
11:40 Rust adoption and contributing back
12:58 WebAssembly (Wasm)
14:54 Closing words
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