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Jul 24, 2015

Rob and Jason are joined by Steve Klabnik to discuss the history of the Rust language and some of its key features.

 

Steve Klabnik is a Ruby and Rails contributor, member of the Rust core team, and a hypermedia enthusiast. He's the author of "Rust for Rubyists," "Rails 4 in Action," and "Designing Hypermedia APIs."

 

When Steve isn't coding, he enjoys playing the Netrunner card game.

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Jul 9, 2015

Rob and Jason are joined by JF Bastien to discuss WebAssembly.

JF Bastien is a compiler engineer and tech lead on Google’s Chrome web browser, currently focusing on performance and security to bring portable, fast and secure code to the Web. JF is a member of the C++ standards committee, where his mechanical engineering degree serves little purpose. He’s worked on startup incubators, business jets, flight simulators, CPUs, dynamic binary translation, systems, and compilers.

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Jul 2, 2015

Rob and Jason are joined by Aleksandar Fabijanic to discuss the C++ Portable Components project.

 

Alex holds two undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering from Faculty of Engineering (University of Rijeka, Croatia) and the master's degree in software engineering from Citadel Graduate College in Charleston, South Carolina. Alex is a IEEE Computer Society Certified Software Development Professional. He's been seriously programming computers since 1992 and developing steel manufacturing automation and process control software using C and C++ since 1998. He used to compete in rowing on World Championship/Olympic Games level. Nowadays, he spends his free time reading, exercising and occasionally woodworking.

 

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