We are delighted to host a special “EuroRust” version of Rust&Tell Berlin. We invite speakers, whose talk proposals got rejected for EuroRust, to grab 1 of the 3 slots and give the talk at our MeetUp instead!
Join us for an evening of quality talks, networking, and yummy treats and drinks - veggie and vegan options provided. 🍹🌭
Please follow the 3G rule (“geimpft, getestet, genesen – vaccinated, tested, recovered”) and wear a mask when you are not eating.
The talks will be recorded and there will be a photographer onsite. Please let us know in advance if you do not want to appear in the photos.
- 18:30 - Doors open, time for snacks and networking
- 19:00 - Welcome and announcements
- 19:10 - “Case study: Rust in axle OS” by Philip Tennen
- 19:30 - Q&A + announcements from Prisma
- 19:55 - “Let our rusty crab 🦀 explore the deeps of the C 🌊” by Ivan Sraka
- 20:15 - Q&A
- 20:25 - Break + snacks
- 20:45 - “Aya - extending the Linux Kernel with eBPF and Rust” by Michal Rostecki
- 21:15 - Hang out and chat
- 21:30 - Doors close
“Rust and Tell“ is a monthly event to share ideas, and learn about new things in and about Rust. Meet fellow Rustaceans, share your learnings, get motivated and inspired.
Some ideas include but are not limited to experience learning about async programming in Rust, how to implement a no-std compliant crate for use on embedded systems or struggles with the borrow checker, and how to overcome them. All ideas are welcome!
We are always looking for speakers of any level. Please either write in the comments below or message Evance Soumaoro, Scott Ling, Ryan Levick, or Bastian Gruber on Meetup if you would like to speak. Unsure about your idea? No worries, talk to us anyway! We can help you refine and improve your talk!
We usually plan 3 slots of 20 minutes each. You decide on how you want to fill this time. We are also flexible in allocating longer time if you need it; just let us know so we can make the arrangement.
“Rust and Tell“ is open to EVERYONE. From absolute beginner to experienced Rust programmers. We want to learn from your experience!
This meetup is a space that is safe for everyone. We will be giving out colored stickers to help you indicate how comfortable you are with in-person contact:
- 🟢 choose the green sticker if you are happy to connect and chat with the other attendees,
- 🟡 choose the yellow sticker if you’re open to joining the conversation but cautious,
- 🔴 choose the red sticker if you’d rather enjoy the meetup alone.
We follow the Berlin Code of Conduct: https://berlincodeofconduct.org/
Please let us know if you're planning to drop by! :-)