Rust — currently surging in industry popularity — is more than just an imperative systems language capable of writing performant software for many domains. It’s a language designed to address long-standing concerns like manual memory management with novel tools like the borrow checker, while incorporating the best aspects of its predecessors, such as async/await syntax, pattern matching, and traits. In other words, it’s a language worth investing in.
In other words, it’s a language worth investing in.
Now is the perfect time to learn how to develop code in Rust. This crash course guides you through both the basic and more advanced parts of Rust, including:
- A comprehensive introduction to the language, by and for programmers
- Understanding ownership and the borrow checker
- Closures and functional programming style
- Async/await syntax and the Tokio library
- Using external crates (libraries)
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