Samsung and Mozilla Have Teamed-up for their Quest of Rust

With the hopes of replacing C++ with what could turn out to be the holy grail of programming code, Mozilla and Samsung are now working together to create an all new and cutting edge programming language, currently dubbed RUST. However, Rust and its Servo testbed on GitHub apparently are now far enough along that no less than Samsung has committed some engineering know-how to its success, the companies announced today. Rust also has reached version 0.6. Read the full story here.



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