[CentralOH] Python and Rust
kurtis.mullins at gmail.com
Tue May 12 16:11:23 CEST 2015
Hey guys and girls,
Polling for opinions here. I watched the Rust video from PyCon about a week
ago. I work with a handful of people who commonly attend (and some speak)
at PyCon. I also work with people who are big "Go" people.
This was really the first time I've come across Rust. It had some cool
things going for it. I was also surprised to see it backed by Mozilla.
What's the benefits of using Rust over Go? I feel like they were both sort
of created to solve the same problem. I'm not intending this to be a flame
war -- I am just genuinely curious how/why Rust is taking off so
On Sun, May 10, 2015 at 2:54 PM, John Santiago <jdsantiagojr at gmail.com>
> Thanks. I have been looking into embedded programming and looks like Rust
> could possibly replace c/cpp.
> On May 10, 2015 2:51 PM, "Eric Floehr" <eric at intellovations.com> wrote:
>> At the last monthly meeting, Raymond mentioned that The Columbus Rust
>> Society was planning a Rust 1.0 Release party May 15 at Pillar (though the
>> meetup says no location yet, so it might not be Pillar). The details are
>> If you are interested in hooking your Python code to Rust code instead of
>> C, there was a talk at PyCon this year by Dan Callahan called "My Python is
>> a little Rust-y" that talked about how to call Rust functions from Python:
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