Rust Workshop - Open Source SG

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The workshop is aimed at software engineers, who are already familiar with at least one other language. Limited spaces available.

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The workshop is led by Philipp Krones, Team lead of the Rust linter, Clippy.

Numbers at this workshop are strictly limited, and registration is essential. We expect heavy demand and will be maintaining a waitlist for those who do not get a ticket initially. If you register and subsequently find you can’t attend, please let us know, so we can release your place to someone else.

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12:00 - (optional) Setup Session

13:30 - Part 1 - Ecosystem, Basics, and your first Rust program

15:30 - Break / Q&A Session

16:00 - Part 2 - Advanced Rust Concepts, Embedded Rust (RISC-V)

18:00 - Event ends

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

BCS Open Source SG (OSSG)

Visit https://ossg.bcs.org/

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