Rust Programming Recipes
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This video course features application–specific recipes to boost your development of real–world apps by integrating Rust units into your existing applications, even those written in another language. Geared towards those already familiar with the basics of Rust, this course will take you through solutions that will allow you to use Rust code samples right away in your existing applications.
You will learn key techniques that Rust uses to write scalable code, including advanced–level concepts such as error handling, macros, fearless concurrency, and zero cost abstractions such as futures, and create an HTTP server that reads from a database. We’ll cover some of the many benefits of working in Rust as you write systems–level software. We’ll move on to add our Rust code into existing C and Python applications so that you can learn how to integrate our new fast and safe code into other environments.
By the end of the course, you will have a strong foundational knowledge in server–side programming, enabling you to deliver solutions to build high–performance web applications and services using Rust.
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Haseeb Bhatti –
Superb course on Rust and C. I called my C library in Rust. Thankyou.
Nikolay Kostyurin –
Excellent advanced recipes!
Nicole Zhu –
Well structured course. Goes a bit fast at times. I’d rather have the instructor start with the tests and then demonstrate how to write the code. In some of the videos, I have no idea why we’re doing things in a certain way in the first half of the video… up until we implement the tests that make our intentions clearer.
Sarah Gebauer –
The instructor knows Rust and sometimes is too fast when writing code and moving from one part of the code to the other when editing. So you need really quick eye to spot what he wrote on the last line because you won’t get extra second or two to process what he just wrote.
Stuart MacDonald –
I like the pace of the course plenty of detail I cannot pick up, but that is due to the background reading not being completed. The demeanor of the instructor is great tends to pique my curiosity as he explains the shortcuts and background details to refactoring options etc. Fairly disappointed with the publishing house acting as an intermediary between the students and the instructor (although it is understandable due to the instructor probably being busy doing his own development projects). I appreciate the knowledge sharing at an accessible price thanks
Hans Van Wesenbeeck –
Only first lesson in, but the pace feels a little rushed. Trying to write and run the code in parallel to the video, frequent pauses are needed, even for someone who types fast.