Leveraging Rust’s Metaprogramming: A Must for Efficient Coding?

Rust Power Tools serves as your compass in navigating the intricate world of metaprogramming with Rust, breaking down complex concepts into digestible lessons and applicable skills. Whether you’re an experienced developer or a newcomer, this book is designed to unlock your potential and guide you toward a more efficient coding practice.

Unraveling Design Patterns, in Rust!

From Rust Design Patterns by Brenden Matthews In an era where programming languages continue to evolve and improve, Rust has emerged as a powerful tool prized for its safety, speed, and superior tooling. As this language steadily gains traction in… Continue Reading →

A Friendly Guide to Learning Rust

This book is for anyone who wants to learn Rust and maybe doesn’t have a lot of time in their day to do it.

Updating Our Data Thread Safely

From Rust Web Development by Bastian Gruber

This article discusses how to update our data thread in Rust safely.

Getting Started with Actix

From Rust Servers, Services, and Apps by Prabhu Eshwarla This article shows you how you can get started using Actix and Rust. Take 40% off Rust Servers, Services, and Apps by entering fcceshwarla into the discount code box at checkout… Continue Reading →

Perspectives on Rust: A Discussion with Prabhu Eshwarla

Prabhu Eshwarla is a senior IT professional with over 26 years in the software engineering and services industry. He currently runs SudhanvaTech, a company focused on developing distributed systems software and cloud-native applications where he has used Rust professionally, and is passionate about helping others learn to use it. His book will be released in the spring of 2021.

Rust’s Borrowing by Example

From Rust in Action by Tim Mcnamara

Our strategy for this article is to use an example that compiles, then make a minor change that triggers an error which appears to emerge without any adjustment to the program’s flow. Working through the fixes to those issues should make the concepts more complete.

The Building Blocks of Rust

From Rust in Action by Tim McNamara

This article introduces you to the fundamentals of Rust programming, and we’ll be working through some of the language’s syntax.

This article is intended for programmers with experience in another programming language.

It’s Time to Start Learning Rust

From Rust in Action

By T. S. McNamara

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