• Boston Rust Meetup at VMWare, April 24

    VMware

    Hello all! With the new (er, new-ish) year comes a new schedule! The first in our new series of once-every-six-weeks meetups will be held Wednesday, April 24 at VMWare's offices at Downtown Crossing. Doors open at 6:00 for carousing and food; talks to begin at 6:30; free time to mingle and share from 7:00 to 9:00. Catering includes vegetarian and vegan options. Our speaker will be Ben Striegel, on the topic of writing a Rust library to imitate some of the unique safety features of the Ada programming language. Don't miss the other events in our new schedule: the every-other-weekly casual lunches in Boston/Cambridge/Somerville and the hexa-weekly casual hack-togethers at, uhm, maybe the FSF offices? Some of these are so new that I haven't even scheduled them yet, but check the meetup group page for more info and be on the lookout for forthcoming announcements. Hoping to see you!

  • Kendall Square Rust Lunch, May 3

    325 Main St

    [This is part of a new series of recurring Rust events!] Join us for a casual, no-pressure lunchtime hangout while we chat about Rust, the universe, and everything. Meet us in the lobby outside the Clover in Kendall Square, conveniently adjacent to the Kendall stop on the Red Line. Food and drink are available here, as well as from any of the other distinguished eateries around Kendall Square. Arrive whenever you like and stay as long as you desire. Look for the rusty metal Ferris-the-Crab tchotchke (pictured above) accompanying the long-haired man in the rainbow jacket (that's me!). Leave a comment here if you need any help finding us. And if you can't make it this time, this event repeats every six weeks. Hope to see you!

  • Downtown Rust Lunch, May 17

    Render Coffee

    [This is part of a new series of recurring Rust events!] Join us for a casual, no-pressure lunchtime hangout while we chat about Rust, the universe, and everything. Meet us inside Render Coffee at the base of 50 Milk Street (a.k.a. the Boston CIC location). Food and drink are available here, or bring your own from any of downtown's fine take-out establishments. Arrive whenever you like and stay as long as you desire. Look for the rusty metal Ferris-the-Crab tchotchke (pictured above) accompanying the long-haired man in the rainbow jacket (that's me!). Leave a comment here if you need any help finding us. And if you can't make it this time, this event repeats every six weeks at various locations around downtown. Hope to see you!