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Cake day: November 29th, 2023


  • Unfortunately not. But I try to work on it a few hours every week in my spare time. I think that having an easy and free crate registry is crucial for the adaption of Rust in the commercial space. Companies don’t want to share their code publicly on crates.io. My full time job is in the IT security sector. My hope is that by pushing Rust as a safe language, we can close some fundamental design flaws that languages like C/C++ introduced and make software landscape more secure.