The Rustacean Station Podcast

Asynchronous Programming in Rust with Carl Fredrik Samson

Posted Sun, 17 Mar 2024 08:06:00 +0000

Allen Wyma talks with Carl Fredrik Samson about his book Asynchronous Programming in Rust, a deep dive into asynchronous programming in Rust.

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  • [@00:00] - Meet Carl Fredrik Samson, author of Asynchronous Programming in Rust
  • [@04:26] - Making the deal with Packt (publishing company)
  • [@05:12] - Runtime with green threads
  • [@07:50] - Understanding the concept of asynchronous programming
  • [@03:17] - The benefits and purpose of using asynchronous programming
  • [@28:35] - Comparing green threads and fibers in Rust
  • [@35:29] - Importance of learning async programming
  • [@41:43] - Insights into the book’s creation process, including research and writing efforts
  • [@43:13] - Target audience and prerequisites for the book
  • [@45:09] - Book details
  • [@48:02] - Closing thoughts


Intro Theme: Aerocity

Audio Editing: Plangora

Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset

Show Notes: Plangora

Hosts: Allen Wyma