[no longer maintained] Scalable, coroutine-based, fibers/green-threads for Rust. (aka MIO COroutines).
Honestly Rust with green threads as an option would be exciting one. Looks like there has been an attempt before (https://github.com/dpc/mioco - no longer maintained).
Rayon: A data parallelism library for Rust
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A language for building concurrent software with confidence
Perhaps it's worth looking into Inko? I apologise if I'm shilling my own project a bit too hard here, but reading through the comments it does seem people would be interested in what it's trying to do :)
A massively parallel, optimal functional runtime in Rust
Then, actually unrelated but worth mentioning: HVM. Finally, something new on the functional front that isn't dependent types!
As part of the stdlib mutex overhaul, std::sync::Mutex on Linux now has competitive performance with parking_lot
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