40: Rust in Production with Docker

From local webapp Rocket with Rust last week, to getting the whole thing into production. If there's one thing I've learned over the last year, it's that any evaluation/project/proto-type/mockup/thing is best examined by taking it from localhost all the way to **PROD** before making any rash decisions. I'm not going to lie, this was really difficult to accomplish.

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39: Rust For Better Elm

I have, for a long time, wanted to stretch my functional type safe ways into other areas of programing, to better round out my skills. And I waffled between backend languages quite a bit. If you follow us on twitter, you likely remember questions about which language would you dive into? More Haskell ? Maybe something with JVM like Scala, or Elixir with the Phoenix framework? Possibly Rust? The goal here is to explore Rust in the realm of building API's with it, and see if it's something that I like, that I could be productive in? Rust also has a **lot** of traction in web assembly, and an all around pretty great community. So let's dive in.

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38: Elm Upload File

Hope last weeks talk was enjoyable. Back to our refactor of meownotes. Tackling some of the more _interesting_ parts of the new notes page. Things that I've been avoiding, like file upload, mostly because I knew I'd need to modify my model, Interop some things, **AND** deal with type Maybe.

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37: Elm View Showdown

A special live recording of my talk at Elm Eug on Elm View, the showdown. A continuation of the first and second blog 'Blazing Fast HTML' Parts 1 and 2, comparing Elm render time and optimizations against other frameworks out there.

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36: Elm Second Component

We find that looking closer at replacing new note creation isn't as easy and 1, 2, 3! Who would have that. You'd think after the 10,000th time we'd learn, it's never as straight forward as we thought. Ok, so let's regroup, come up with a strategy for getting this done and go from there.

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