What we're about

The Vancouver Rust Meetup group is a group of programmers who are currently or interested in using Rust for personal or professional projects.

We meet once a month for studying or talking about the language and its ecosystem. We do our best to start every meetup with a presentation on a specific topic that usually motivates passionate conversations.

Some of our members use Rust in production but it's also a great place for less experienced Rustaceans. All that matters is that we learn together.

As a community, we adhere to the Rust Code of Conduct (https://www.rust-lang.org/conduct.html).

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Call For Participation

Are you interested in presenting at the meetup? Do you want to share an interesting talk or show off a cool Rust project? If so, then come and present here at the Vancouver Rust meetups!

Here is what you will need to know if you want to present. (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f-fTARnT6EKemW8598wuMF_lfHzqAJkI80skbbTRhrk/edit?usp=sharing)

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Past Presentations

• Old repo (https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup)

• Current repo (https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks)

• YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgXHm9MdVMa3pHCHv6I1bJg)

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Rust Learning Resources

• The Rust Book (https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/)

• New Rustacean (http://www.newrustacean.com/) (Podcast)

• Rust Learning Resources (https://github.com/ctjhoa/rust-learning) (Github Repo)

• intermezzOS (http://intermezzos.github.io/book/) (Kernel Development with Rust)

• Exorcism (http://exercism.io/languages/rust)

• AreWeWebYet? (http://www.arewewebyet.org/)

• RustFmt (https://github.com/rust-lang-nursery/rustfmt) (format your code to Rust standard)

• SublimeRust (https://github.com/rust-lang/sublime-rust) (Sublime plugin for Rust)

• Daniel's Rust guide (http://play.org/links/rust)

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Sponsors

Bit Quill Technologies Inc. (https://www.bitquilltech.com/)

Upcoming events (4+)

Rust Study/Hack/Hang-out night

Online event

NOTE: All meetups are being held virtually due to COVID-19.

Topic: TBA

Speaker: Carol Nichols

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Call For Participation

Are you interested in presenting at the meetup? Do you want to share an interesting talk or show off a cool Rust project? If so, then come and present here at the Vancouver Rust meetups!

Here is what you will need to know if you want to present: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f-fTARnT6EKemW8598wuMF_lfHzqAJkI80skbbTRhrk/edit?usp=sharing

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General Info

We usually study a specific topic. The meetup starts with a presentation and a discussion follows. After the presentation, we talk about Rust news. Finally, the remaining time is used for general questions, helping people out with their Rust projects, and feedback.

This is also a great place to share your experience with Rust or ask questions and get unstuck on your pet project.

Generally, anyone who is interested in Rust and being part of a community of Rustaceans in Vancouver is welcome :)

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Past Presentations

Old repo: https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup

Current repo: https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks

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Notes:
- Bring your laptop
- Please be nice (https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/conduct.html)
- Meetings will be streamed using Google Meet for remote participants: https://meet.google.com/rxo-jtbn-jtc
- Please be aware that the meetup MAY BE RECORDED. It is up to the speaker to decide if they would like to be recorded or not.

Your Rust Web Development Toolset

Online event

NOTE: All meetups are being held virtually due to COVID-19.

Speaker: Bastian Gruber

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Call For Participation

Are you interested in presenting at the meetup? Do you want to share an interesting talk or show off a cool Rust project? If so, then come and present here at the Vancouver Rust meetups!

Here is what you will need to know if you want to present: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f-fTARnT6EKemW8598wuMF_lfHzqAJkI80skbbTRhrk/edit?usp=sharing

---
General Info

We usually study a specific topic. The meetup starts with a presentation and a discussion follows. After the presentation, we talk about Rust news. Finally, the remaining time is used for general questions, helping people out with their Rust projects, and feedback.

This is also a great place to share your experience with Rust or ask questions and get unstuck on your pet project.

Generally, anyone who is interested in Rust and being part of a community of Rustaceans in Vancouver is welcome :)

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Past Presentations

Old repo: https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup

Current repo: https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks

---
Notes:
- Bring your laptop
- Please be nice (https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/conduct.html)
- Meetings will be streamed using Google Meet for remote participants: https://meet.google.com/rxo-jtbn-jtc
- Please be aware that the meetup MAY BE RECORDED. It is up to the speaker to decide if they would like to be recorded or not.

Rust Study/Hack/Hang-out night

Online event

NOTE: All meetups are being held virtually due to COVID-19.

Topic: TBA

Speaker: Tim McNamara

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Call For Participation

Are you interested in presenting at the meetup? Do you want to share an interesting talk or show off a cool Rust project? If so, then come and present here at the Vancouver Rust meetups!

Here is what you will need to know if you want to present: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f-fTARnT6EKemW8598wuMF_lfHzqAJkI80skbbTRhrk/edit?usp=sharing

---
General Info

We usually study a specific topic. The meetup starts with a presentation and a discussion follows. After the presentation, we talk about Rust news. Finally, the remaining time is used for general questions, helping people out with their Rust projects, and feedback.

This is also a great place to share your experience with Rust or ask questions and get unstuck on your pet project.

Generally, anyone who is interested in Rust and being part of a community of Rustaceans in Vancouver is welcome :)

---
Past Presentations

Old repo: https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup

Current repo: https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks

---
Notes:
- Bring your laptop
- Please be nice (https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/conduct.html)
- Meetings will be streamed using Google Meet for remote participants: https://meet.google.com/rxo-jtbn-jtc
- Please be aware that the meetup MAY BE RECORDED. It is up to the speaker to decide if they would like to be recorded or not.

Rust Study/Hack/Hang-out night

Online event

NOTE: All meetups are being held virtually due to COVID-19.

Topic: TBA

---
Call For Participation

Are you interested in presenting at the meetup? Do you want to share an interesting talk or show off a cool Rust project? If so, then come and present here at the Vancouver Rust meetups!

Here is what you will need to know if you want to present: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f-fTARnT6EKemW8598wuMF_lfHzqAJkI80skbbTRhrk/edit?usp=sharing

---
General Info

We usually study a specific topic. The meetup starts with a presentation and a discussion follows. After the presentation, we talk about Rust news. Finally, the remaining time is used for general questions, helping people out with their Rust projects, and feedback.

This is also a great place to share your experience with Rust or ask questions and get unstuck on your pet project.

Generally, anyone who is interested in Rust and being part of a community of Rustaceans in Vancouver is welcome :)

---
Past Presentations

Old repo: https://github.com/ehsanmok/van-rust-meetup

Current repo: https://github.com/vancouver-rs/talks

---
Notes:
- Bring your laptop
- Please be nice (https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/conduct.html)
- Meetings will be streamed using Google Meet for remote participants: https://meet.google.com/rxo-jtbn-jtc
- Please be aware that the meetup MAY BE RECORDED. It is up to the speaker to decide if they would like to be recorded or not.

Past events (80)

Wasm plugin for Istio

Online event

Photos (3)