Carnegie Mellon Computer Club Fall Talk Series

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - 8:00pm to 9:00pm


5415 Wean Hall



Memory Safety in Rust /Memory%20Safety%20in%20Rust

Rust, a new systems programming language from Mozilla, uses novel concepts of ownership, borrowing, and lifetimes to ensure static memory safety with no runtime overhead. Learn how the compiler can replace the garbage collector with the imposition of new language semantics.

DEVOPS! Hippest of buzzwords, earner of thousands! Learn to harness the immense power of devops for yourself, by coming to the Fall 2015 Computer Club Workshop/Talk Series. We will tell you the tricks that will allow you to transcend the annoyances of administration and offenses of operations, and return to the elegant, pure simplicity of raw code!
These talks will take place every Wednesday starting at 8:00 PM in Wean Hall throughout the semester.
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Sponsored by Green Hills Software.

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