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LDN *Virtual* Talks Apr 2021 *Red Badger Takeover*

Online event

The Rust London User Group is happy to announce our second takeover event of 2021. These meetups will serve as a showcase for a particular dev team or company building with Rust.

Our Takeover guests this month are Red Badger
https://red-badger.com/

https://twitter.com/redbadgerteam

"Red Badger helps you bring innovative products and services to market through nimble and robust ways of working". They work with various companies across a wide array of industries to build quality digital products quickly.

Rust London will be giving 4 developers from the Red Badger team the floor to share what they are currently building with Rust and what they aspire to do with the language in the future.

**This event will be Live-Streamed due to the Corona-Virus Pandemic; to attend the event, please register here: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/13348-ldn-virtual-talks-apr-2021-red-badger-takeover **

Agenda:

• Welcome

• News and Announcements

• Speaker: Pedro Martin

• Speaker: David Laban

• Speaker: Graeme Coupar

• Speaker: Stuart Harris

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Rusty Azure: Pedro Martin

How on a UK Government project, we extended an unofficial Azure SDK for Rust and now is being backed by Microsoft.

https://github.com/pataruco

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Monitoring Temperature (with too many Bluetooth thermometers): David Laban

A personal project to connect Bluetooth temperature sensors to Grafana using Raspberry Pis and an exploration of Rust Bluetooth Libraries.

https://github.com/alsuren/

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Cynic: Rusty Graphql: Graeme Coupar

The story of how I came to write a new Rust GraphQL client library, the evolution of its API and how it’s being used in a national chicken restaurant chain.

https://github.com/obmarg

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Wasmcloud, a next-gen platform in Rust and Wasm: Stuart Harris

Building and managing distributed systems with microservices today is fraught with complexity and hidden cost. We look at how platforms are evolving, Wasmcloud as a next-generation platform, and the part that Rust and Web assembly have to play in blurring the distinction between the cloud and the edge. We’ll get our hands dirty and build a Wasmcloud cluster on a couple of Raspberry Pi machines and walk through running some example workloads written in Rust.

https://github.com/stuartharris

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LDN *Virtual* Talks March 2021

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