Ultimate Rust Crash Course
$49.99 Track price
Join Nathan Stocks for a fast–paced, entertaining, and curiously informative hands–on crash course in the Rust programming language.
This course will provide you with the fundamentals you need to boost you up Rust’s steep learning curve. This is a hands–on course with targeted exercises for each subject and projects for you to use your combined knowledge. From using cargo to create a project, to writing your code, to compiling and running it, this course has everything you need to get started. This course is kept up–to–date when Rust is updated with new features or major editions.
Rust is a systems programming language that eliminates entire classes of bugs and security vulnerabilities, has zero–cost abstractions like C and C++, is fun to program in, and lets systems programmers have nice things. No wonder Rust is gaining traction in spaces as diverse as game engines, high–performance computing, embedded devices, and web programming! Learn how to write high–performance code without the worry of crashes or security vulnerabilities. Join a vibrant community of developers where diversity, inclusion, and just plain being nice are all first–class objectives.
This course is the first in the Ultimate Rust series. If you like this course, then you’ll love Ultimate Rust 2: Intermediate Concepts afterwards!
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Terje A Bergesen –
Short, to the point, and a good introduction. Need to take more courses to learn the way to do things but still. Recommended.
Rafal Paszta –
Very clear and fast intro to Rust.
Maddy Kim –
the only critique is the use of star trek literature, without including star trek voyager.
David Lucky –
This crash course addresses important subjects quickly but with complete explanations. Although it exceeded my expectations, it would be nice to see an introductory course that drilled down more and had some practice exercises.
Well done ! A fast and really clear course with simple slides. I’m waiting for the next level with projects, iterators in a functional style and more threads.
Greg Villicana –
It was a great match, I have experience with object oriented languages and with C, so it was easy for me to follow the topics without issues. Great job!
Odracir Antunes Junior –
Really much better than I would expect! Good didactic, with short lessons, straight to the point.
Alex Bryner –
Coming from other languages this was a great course to get up to speed in core Rust concepts
Pasquale Vazzana –
Great course, however section 6 was a bit poor, I wish it was a bit more elaborate.
Jakub Bandola –
probably more targeted at beginners
Se n Kelly –
This course is brilliant! it assumes you’re a beginner to Rust but not a beginner to programming which is great it really speeds up the learning. Everything is explained in enough detail that you understand what something is and how it works, but not so much detail you get bogged down remembering things. The challenges are also useful practise for testing your knowledge. I would highly recommend this course to anyone, even a beginner programmer so long as you are familiar with computing and have tried programming in another language.
Yann Arthur Alejandro NICOLAS –
Cool labs and project.
Michael O’Connor –
Good pace for someone who knows a lot of other languages
Josnelihurt Rodriguez –
so shallow the content
Alan Gawthorpe –
Great watch. Good pace throughout. Like the fact that the course starts with things like Cargo, variables and functions rather than so many other courses and textbooks that start with listing off all the types!
Christian Lunau –
Great! Very well understandable and good exercises!
Dwight Mulcahy –
Good intro… liked watching the invaders part, it made me have to understand mut/borrow more.
I wanted to finish this course before leaving a review but the invaders’ ? sound effects made me laugh one time too many, so here we are ?! If you are TLDR: this course is great, the teacher is amazing. Buy it, a whole new world awaits you with a mind blowing programming language and the best of instructors . *If you are still reading, here’s why I love it* First the content: it manages to give a solid, clear and entertaining introduction to Rust that will make you want more. The author covers the heart of the concept the part you really need to get it , and links the docs that cover those concepts (I read the docs for the first time in forever!). The exercises will make you implement what you have been learning and the challenge will make you think a tiiiiny bit more. The structure of the course is very clear. The heart of Rust covers borrowing and ownership, or what makes the language memory management effective and safe, and the meat of Rust will show you how to use all this stuff. You know the feeling when you’ve taken a course, and when somebody asks what it was about, you just mumble …don’t know…? Won’t happen here. This crash course will leave you shining with fresh knowledge like a brand new shellac manicure ??. It’s still not your nails (a lot of homework awaits you still!!), but you will notice that you actually remember, really want to share and keep learning! Finally, Nathan is a great human being. He’s engaging and funny. He’s really good at communicating his passion for Rust, and I would sign for a follow up course in a heartbeat. And last but certainly not least, he’s an incredibly supportive teacher. He will reply to you fast and in detail, always very kind, always super knowledgeable.
Vincenzo Ciaccio –
it was really nice overall, the only problem is the giant leap from section 5 to section 7. It was like: Section 5: This is how you do additions and subtractions Section 6: Math can also get more complex Section 7: How to solve differential Equations
Vidal Gonzalez Pereira –
Just excellent! Short and concise! as the name implies, it’s a crash course that enables you to have an idea of what it feels to program in Rust!
Nenad Novakovic –
The instructor has a pleasing voice, that can be listened to. However, the course itself, in the beginning, is fairly simple to follow, even with no prior background of any systems programming language, but it gets trickier to follow Enums, Collections, and Threads. I don’t find this tutorial useful. It was short, which is good, but it was not enough to learn much and it had some hard to follow lessons that seem incomplete. Sorry!
Richard Wallace –
It would be helpful to review the challenge section of the exercises.
Michael Reilly –
Good overview and quick introduction.
Scott Idler –
Good so far. Experience programmer looking to get into Rust.
B Suhas –
nice information and with suitable visuals
Jakob Leczinsky –
So far so good, but nothing new to me.
fenos pro –
The author is very talented at explaining the topic. The overall course is nice if you want a basic resume of what are the goals of the language and how the syntax looks like. although I felt a bit disappointed at the end of the course because I didn’t feel ready to write Rust code on my own and understand real world code in someone else GitHub repository. If the author will create an advance course on Rust, I will absolutely purchase that course, because he’s absolutely a great instructor. Although I wouldn’t buy this course again if I knew the outcome. That’s just because my goal was to be able to write Rust code and not only understand how the language work. Keep up the good work.
Jim Fafrak –
Final project was great as solidifying what was covered in the course.
John Plummer –
So far. Efficient. Gives outside reference when needed rather than slow the course.
Callistus Asirvatham –
Love this course for an relatively experienced developer i believe as this is a crash course and that gap between knowing and applying is key. Some amazing examples and love the last lecture i will be watch that a few times i think. Plus with the materials, definitely recommend for a developer who has used other languages to start here to learn RUST.
Joe Ward –
Great course! Very clear explanations and examples as well as useful code exercises.
Rick Cadena –
This course provided an excellent introduction into Rust. My favorite part was the invaders project at the end. it was nice to have a fun project to encapsulate all the learning. I liked the frequency of the coding challenges. my only problem with the course is that I would have liked to have had more syntax examples for some of the topics discussed. I found the concepts easy to understand, but knowing the syntax for implementing them should be expanded upon.
Thiago Zanetti –
I can’t decide yet but it seems to be targeted to people with no much software development experience.
Gary Armstrong –
Great presentation voice and excellent graphics
Quang Phan –
The course is presented in a simple way, less text and more explanation. It highlights focused words/texts so that it is very easy to notice what is focusing. The exercises and final projects are excellent to demonstrate Rust’s robust.
Chris Wolf –
Very concise, fast paced, very concentrated information. Well worth the time watching and learning
Michael Walsh –
I enjoyed this course as a good starting point for getting up to speed with rust. I did find the final project a little long though and a bit difficult to follow along in an IDE without auto imports.
Orlando Oviedo Lor o –
I already took another course in udemy about Rust, but it doesn’t explain carefully what you can do with every reserved word or token in rust. Here Nathan explains very well how to use them, for example Strucs and Traits, their very close relation ship and implementation. I’m very happy with how this course evolves through the sections
Kyle McAdams –
It’s fun to see a game design approach to the typically more business centric Rust code. Some information is glossed over, so don’t come into this course expecting to learn all of Rust’s idiosyncrasies. But it’s a fun one nonetheless
Nullable Fool –
Terrific course, very friendly, nice exercises, very easy to follow at 1.25x, and the instructor has an awesome sense of humor.
Artem Samoilenko –
Nice and clear voice, good structure
Ces Gu –