Rust: Scientific Computing

This is a past event

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Every 4th Wednesday of the month until April 23, 2019

HeatSync Labs

108 W Main St · Mesa, AZ

How to find us

Note: Heatsync moved to a new location last year, just a few doors east of the old. Parking in the same spot.

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Details

Join us at HeatSync Labs for an Introduction to the crate system and a deep dive on scientific computing with Rust.

Whether you're a Rust pro or just looking for a project to learn on, come show off what you've all been working on this month. And keep a favorite crate in mind for our Crates You Should Know show and tell / discussion.

First Chris Miller talks the ins and outs of making your own crate.

Then Daniel Banks talks regression and classification over data sets.

Finally Craig Bishop will close with 3D math and simple rendering with Rust using the crate cgmath. Think: vectors, matrices, transforms, projections, Phong lighting, and image output.

While you're waiting, join us on Slack at #rust on https://azdevs.org and Github for resources and notes from previous meetups https://github.com/azdevs/desert-rustaceans