Rust data structures with circular references

An Open Source Vibrotactile Haptics Platform for On-Body Applications.

Anycast in Segment Routing

Issue #125

11/16/2021

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Realized I forgot to mention in the previous issue that I wrote my first technical article over the weekend. Let me know if you have any feedback! Someone already commented that I should use excalidraw so that my diagrams look like a talented 5 year old drew them, rather than a regular one. Here's that issue!

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Rust data structures with circular references

Published: 11 November 2021
Tags: rust


Rust's marvelous memory safety system comes at a cost; it's kind of a pain to implement data structures that have circular references. In this exploratory article, Eli Bendersky tries several different approaches for implementing structures that have circular references (like binary search trees).


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An Open Source Vibrotactile Haptics Platform for On-Body Applications.

Published: 12 November 2021
Tags: hardware


I'm guessing how we interface with technology is going to change a lot in the next 50 years. In this article, Artem Dementyev presents a "low-power miniature electronics board" that might be one of the first steps in having extensive tactile sensation with technology (this is how I can imagine it being used). Artem dives into the inner workings of board and describes all of its functionality.


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Anycast in Segment Routing

Published: 9 November 2021
Tags: networking


There are a lot of technologies that go into making the internet work. Among these, routing protocols are of vital importance. Dmytro Shypovalov's technical article explains how segment routing, a modern variant of source routing that is being developed within the SPRING and IPv6 working groups of the IETF, can enable the use of anycast routing to be more widespread.


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