Field Guide to
Build faster, safer, and more usable software with Rust.Learn more
- Command Line Interfaces
- Build robust CLIs with structopt, assert_cmd, and indicatif.
- No Data Races
- A data race has Undefined Behavior, and is therefore impossible to perform in Safe Rust.
- No Garbage Collector
- With no runtime and no GC, Rust can power performance-critical services, run on embedded devices, and integrate with otherlanguages.
- You can trust Rust's type system and helpful compiler messages to point you in the right direction.
- A package manager and ecosystem that gives you the best of NPM and more, including testing, documentation, and benchmarks built-in.
- Whether publishing to NPM or bundling with Webpack, Rust's WASM support is cutting edge.
- Built by core teams and working groups that *you* can take a part in.
Field Guide to
Focus on your business logic by taking a path through the serverless ecosystem. Learn more...
From the basics with Netlify to change data capture and responding to Cognito hooks with AWS Lambda.
Take a dive into serverless-native approaches that scale forever like DynamoDB, Amazon Aurora Serverless, and PlanetScale.
Test in Production
Adopt modern approaches to software development like feature flags and continuous delivery with GitHub Actions.
Start blogging.Build a site with Toast
Toast is a Jamstack framework built in Rust that can build 10k pages in 40 seconds while retaining the developer experience of building a React site.Get Started
Curated group of shows and podcasts I've been invited to. Excludes anything I've hosted myself and conference talks.
egghead.io developer chats
In episode of 57 of JAMstack Radio, Brian talks with Chris Biscardi, an independent engineer and startup consultant. They discuss MDX, the struggles of website migration, and why more projects are adopting JAMstack.
Learn with Jason
Toast lets us build static sites using modern workflows, creating less complex, super fast websites & apps. Chris Biscardi returns to teach us how to build an MDX & Tailwind-powered Toast blog!
Software Engineering Unlocked
In this episode, I talk to Chris Biscardi, an independent software consultant about how he became successful through open source and community building.