Call for proposal
RustLab is a conference about the Rust language. Rust is an innovative language that aims to provide performance, reliability and productivity. Beside Mozilla (Rust moves big parts of Firefox nowadays), Rust is used by top names around us.
This year’s edition will have a completely new format. Not a one-off conference but a series of events focused on Rust all the year round. From March, it will be possible to attend online webinars, workshops, ask-me-anything, live-coding and courses.
Conference date: the first event is scheduled for March, other online events will follow throughout the year.
CFP closing: we’re always open to your proposals.
You can submit proposals on any subject among the following topics, or propose new ones related to the Rust programming language world for subjects which are not listed.
- Patterns / Idiomatic code / Best practices
- Borrow Checker
- Concurrency / Parallelism
- How to create a good crate
- Pros/Cons Async / No Async
- Pros/Cons std / no std
- Memory tracing
If you work in these areas, you are an expert in a particular technology, or feel you can say something interesting on one or more of the topics listed above, go ahead: propose a talk!
If you’ve got a particularly interesting talk that doesn’t target one of the proposed topics, feel free to submit it anyway and we’ll be happy to consider it.
Send your proposal!
Everything will be quickly reviewed by the staff and you will eventually receive feedback
to ensure the best possible experience.