Rust concurrency patterns: communicate by sharing your Sender

Rust mpsc channels are a library, not a language feature

Implementing concurrent workers in Rust

The setup:

How we create, and share(or rather move) channels to setup our little workflow.
Start the flow, by receiving work, or results.

Fan-out

Fan-in

A few other things

A note on looping inside a thread

On the power, and simplicity, of event-loops

Your workers might not have unlimited memory

A few notes on the wonderful semantics of Rust

Conclusion

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Software engineer living in Shanghai. I write in Javascript, Python, Rust, and English. Always for people to read. https://github.com/gterzian

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