Amos blogs about how computers work, or at least, how they sometimes work. He tends to write long pieces in a casual style, and takes his time explore a problem. Covers Rust a lot.
Niko writes about Rust and interviews other prominent programmers in the Rust community for his YouTube channel.
Luca writes Rust and software development at large. His blog hosts the chapters of "Zero To Production In Rust", a book on backend development in Rust. You will also find updates on Open Source packages he maintains and/or contributes to, such as wiremock-rs, cargo-chef, linfa, and more.
Armin writes about Rust and Python, and is the creator of the well-known Python API framework Flask. He also writes about systems architecture and API design.
Saoirse writes about systems programming in Rust. He's covered topics like const generics in Rust, effects in Rust, and the Rust crates he is working on.
Steve writes about Rust and is on the core team of Rust, leads the documentation team, and is an author of "The Rust Programming Language."
Domenico writes about backend development, mostly focusing on best practices. Sometimes he also writes about his own side-projects, small accomplishments and what he learns at work. The focus is on tools and techniques you can apply to any programming language.
Ana Hobden blogs about Rust, distributed systems, databases, embedded systems, quadcopters, consulting, and occasionally personal/business growth topics. Content ranges from approachable beginner Rust content, to advanced deep dives into testing distributed databases.
Sarah Allen's reflections on internet software and other topics. She primarily writes about Ruby and Rust.
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