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Aleksey | | 3 min read

Cost of rust-analyzer

This is a repost from rust-analyzer blog. In this post, we'll talk about financial side of the rust-analyzer project. The goal is to find out how much rust-analyzer costs now, formulate financial goals for speeding up the development and document...
James | | 4 min read

Happy First Birthday, Ferrous!

Ferrous Systems GmbH was fully incorporated in Berlin, on October 1st, 2018; which makes today Ferrous' first birthday! It's been a busy year (or really more than a year) for us, full of ups, downs, growth, challenges, stress, and opportunities, and...
Aleksey, Florian | | 2 min read

rust-analyzer changelog #0

Hello! This is the first instance of a monthly changelog for rust-analyzer. This changelog also serves as a transparency measure for our OpenCollective. We want to thank all sponsors, especially Embark Studios, as well as all individual contributors...
Tanks, Tyler | | 3 min read

Rust Summer Classes

Ferrous Systems has moved! Besides travelling all over the world to train people in Rust, we are now able to offer courses in our new space in Berlin. We are kicking off this new service with our Rust Summer Classes! Whether you’re just starting to...
Aleksey | | 6 min read

Status of rust-analyzer: Achievements and Open Collective

rust-analyzer is an experimental compiler frontend for the Rust programming language. The ultimate goal for this project is to provide the perfect IDE experience for Rust, with all IDE features working flawlessly while editing code. I began working...