Rust is a modern language that is close to the metal. It's got the performance of C, but with a more friendly syntax and community.
It's also memory safe, and ensures your applications are bug free by catching errors at compile time instead of runtime.
These features make Rust a great choice for developing code for embedded systems, web servers, and CLI apps. You can even compile Rust into WebAssembly in order to run it in-browser!
But as the saying goes, "before you learn to run, you must learn to walk".
In this course, you will write your first Rust application.
Starting from “Hello World” you’ll quickly move on to learning about Rust’s types, configuration files, and the
cargo package manager along with classics like functions, loops, and handling user input.
More Rust-specific concepts like macros and pattern matching will also be introduced.
Check out these community notes for this course on Github.
Next Steps: Basic Types in Rust