My FOSDEM talk on implementing NTFS in Rust

FOSDEM 2022 just ended. Despite being an all-virtual event again, it was another awesome conference with a packed schedule full of interesting talks. I had the honor of speaking about my recent NTFS Rust filesystem crate and the video is now online: Thanks a lot to all volunteers for organizing FOSDEM and choosing my …

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An implementation of the NTFS filesystem in a Rust crate

Happy new year everybody! It’s finally time to reveal a project I have been working on over several weekends of the past year. It’s also the next building block on my mission to write a ReactOS/Windows bootloader in Rust. ntfs is a Rust library that implements the low-level structures of the NTFS …

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nt-hive: A Rust crate for parsing Windows registry hive files

I have embraced the Rust programming language since my unikernel thesis 3 years ago, and at my daily job at ENLYZE I get to use it everyday for implementing parsers for machine protocols. What had been missing so far was a Rust project that combines my passions for Rust and ReactOS. Aiming to fix this, I’m …

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Introducing HermitCore-rs, a Unikernel written in Rust

I had my master thesis presentation today and it’s finally time to speak about what I’ve been doing for the past 6 months. The thesis name in all its glory is Evaluation of Rust for Operating System Development and Porting Key Components of the HermitCore Unikernel. But what actually is the HermitCore …

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