Rust Any Part 1: Extension Maps in Rust

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The Evolution of the PCI Express Specification: On its Sixth Generation, Third Decade and Still Going Strong

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1/13/2022

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Rust Any Part 1: Extension Maps in Rust

Published: 6 January 2022
Tags: rust


"Sometimes in Rust you want to design APIs that provide a little bit of flexibility for the user". In this first part article, Armin Ronacher presents how one can do that using the Any type to get around complexities inherent in the traditional method of using generic type parameters.


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Replicated Log

Published: 11 January 2022
Tags: distributed systems


"When multiple nodes share a state, the state needs to be synchronized". Unmesh Joshi's article demonstrates how this can be achieved by "using a write-ahead log that is replicated to all the cluster nodes".


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The Evolution of the PCI Express Specification: On its Sixth Generation, Third Decade and Still Going Strong

Published: 11 January 2022
Tags: hardware


I first came across PCIe when building my computer. Dr. Debendra Das Sharma's article explores its development and evolution since its inception in 2003.


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