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Incremental Compilation with Alex Kladov

Season 1, Ep. 86
Richard talks with Rust Analyzer creator Alex Kladov (aka matklad) about compilers, including ways they can do incremental compilation, memory management strategies, modules and boundaries, and even monomorphization!

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