What are you working on this week? (Apr. 14, 2024)
from secana@programming.dev to rust@programming.dev on 14 Apr 2024 17:45

Hi rustaceans! What are you working on this week? Did you discover something new, you want to share?


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sugar_in_your_tea@sh.itjust.works on 14 Apr 2024 23:48 next collapse

I played around with petgraph this weekend for a personal project I’m working on (p2p Reddit), and it was quite nice to use! I did a naive reimplementation of a trust algorithm I found written in JS (literally copy/pasted and fixed syntax), and it’s >10x faster.

I’ll probably be stuck in JS land for most of the next week or two, but I hope to add this graph component in soon.

ExperimentalGuy@programming.dev on 15 Apr 2024 02:48 next collapse

I’ve been working on a scraper to get congress stock trades. I’m thinking of potentially just serving it as an API. If theres an API that someone else knows about I’m all ears.

hardkorebob@programming.dev on 15 Apr 2024 03:26 next collapse

shimky a vim clone weird thing in pnk.lang


taladar@sh.itjust.works on 15 Apr 2024 15:35 collapse

What is pnk.lang? shimky is literally the first search result for that term.

hardkorebob@programming.dev on 15 Apr 2024 16:01 collapse

pnk.lang is a DSL made in Shell. It is used to build Tkinter GUI Python Applications a nicer ordeal. I built an IDE on top of pnk.lang. Shimky is that IDE.

taladar@sh.itjust.works on 15 Apr 2024 15:39 next collapse

I am learning more about observability with OpenTelemetry and in Kubernetes clusters in particular. Distributing tracing with connected traces between multiple applications seems like a useful concept for applications made from several services. Apparently there are even some technologies allowing traceparent/tracestate propagation via sqlcommenter to the database server though it seems those do not really have a lot of things that do anything with it yet.

taladar@sh.itjust.works on 17 Apr 2024 05:53 collapse

Since I posted that I learned that github.com/DataDog/pg_tracing uses those but is in an alpha state and the commercial pganalyze.com/docs/opentelemetry extension seems to do so as well.

wdx@feddit.de on 15 Apr 2024 18:41 next collapse

Writing an axum REST API that interacts with a Postgres DB via sqlx.

Nothing fancy, really :D

fnmain@programming.dev on 16 Apr 2024 11:03 collapse

I’m working on a presentation software that uses plain text to make neat looking presentations with relatively little effort. I’m in a Post-AP Computer Science class, and I just finished an assignment using it git.nations.lol/grezi/#Hashing Sets Maps.slidesho…

Here is where the source code is: github.com/StratusFearMe21/grezi-next

(Documentation for how to actually use it is in the GitHub wiki page)