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authorDaniel Silverstone <dsilvers@digital-scurf.org>2019-11-25 22:04:41 +0000
committerDaniel Silverstone <dsilvers@digital-scurf.org>2019-11-25 22:04:41 +0000
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Fix the timeline a bit
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@@ -14,15 +14,15 @@ want to propose for Rust in 2020.
First, some history about myself in the Rust community -- I started learning
Rust a few years ago, had a go at [Advent Of Code 2016][aoc2016] in it,
-completed that, and then promptly did nothing with Rust except read blogs and
-reddit for a year. Then I went and did [Advent of Code 2017][aoc2017] in Rust
-and reminded myself of why I enjoyed the language. This time I decided I'd do
-something useful in it and wrote a testing tool which I have used since. I
-wrote bits and bobs through 2018, but still failed to do anything major with
-Rust until once again, December rolled around and I did [Advent of Code
-2018][aoc2018] in Rust, learning an awful about procedural macros and other
-useful things. This was the time of the 2018 Rust edition which also spurred
-me on to do more useful stuff.
+completed that, wrote a testing tool in Rust, and then promptly did nothing
+with Rust except read blogs and reddit for a year. Then I went and did [Advent
+of Code 2017][aoc2017] in Rust and reminded myself of why I enjoyed the
+language. This time I decided I'd do more with Rust and started playing
+around. I wrote bits and bobs through 2018, but still failed to do anything
+major until once again, December rolled around and I did [Advent of
+Code 2018][aoc2018] in Rust, learning an awful about procedural macros and
+other useful things. This was the time of the 2018 Rust edition which also
+spurred me on to do more useful stuff.
[aoc2016]: https://adventofcode.com/2016
[aoc2017]: https://adventofcode.com/2017