Rust is gaining attention from public, and has been the most beloved programming language in StackOverflow survey for the sixth-year. Rust’s unique language constructs provide ways to produce safe and efficient code in confidence for users. For that, lots of organizations are considering putting Rust into the tech stack, including Google, Microsoft, and even, Linux (Rust for Linux).
But, it doesn’t mean that it hides away the gore details of low-level system programming, including memory management, and data race, causing the high learning curve, and shockingly frustrated developing experiences.
In this session, I want to address those common obstacles you could come up, and hopefully demystify the questions for those who want to begin with.
Prior knowledges of C/C++ is recommended.
I write shitty code and love my anime wife.