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Intro to Rust

Update 8:05pm: In the room now with Jose

Update 12/14 7:30pm: Waiting in the lobby to the left of the entrance.

Update: I had to change the meeting time due to the library policies. The original time spanned two of their 2-hour blocks, and they don't allow one group to maintain the room for the full 4 hours. The start time will now be 8 pm in Room 2051.

We'll be going over a basic introduction of what Rust is and what makes it special. This meetup is aimed towards people unfamiliar with Rust, but Rustaceans of all levels are welcome.

There will be a repeat session on 12/17/2016 for those who are unable to make it on Wednesday.

Enter the Nova Campus from College Ave. Free guest parking will be to the left of the roundabout. The big building directly across the lake from the parking lot is the library, just walk along the left side of the lake, and walk around to the front of that building. The meeting will be held in Study Room 2051.

Based on RSVP's, I reservered a room for 8 people.

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