Bryan Cantrill (Hacker News):
So Rust is doing very well for us at Oxide, but for now I want to focus on more personal things – reasons why I personal has enjoyed implementing in Rust. These have a range: some are small but beautiful details that allow me to enjoy the joy of the craft; some are much deeper features that represent important advances in modern technology; and some are bodies of software developed by the Rust community, remarkable as much for their reflection on who is attracted to Rust (and why) as for the objects themselves. It must also be said that I stand by absolutely everything I said two years ago; this is not as a replacement for that list, but rather as a supplement to it.
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