What is Rust?
An introductory article to the Rust Programming language
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What is Rust? 🦀
Rust is a programming language (developed by Mozilla) that is designed to be:
Rust helps write faster, more reliable software.
High-level ergonomics and low-level control are often at odds in programming language design.
Rust challenges that conflict, by balancing powerful technical capacity and a great developer experience: it gives you an easy option to control low-level details, such as memory usage.
Rust is known for its strong emphasis on memory safety and security, making it a good choice for writing programs that NEED to be reliable and efficient.
It has a growing community of users and is becoming increasingly popular for developing a wide range of applications, such as:
Rust for Web3
Rust is also used in many Blockchains:
There is an online version of The Rust Programming language: https://doc.rust-lang.org/stable/book
Learn in public
I am starting a new YouTube series to learn it in public, check it out here https://youtu.be/w5LvdWq2R6I:
I want to learn Rust from Zero, and I will do it publicly.
If you are interested, let me know 🦀
Thanks for reading, I am Francesco and you can find me here: Francesco
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