Ultimate Rust Crash Course
Rust Programming Fundamentals

Join Nathan Stocks for a fast-paced, entertaining, and curiously informative hands-on crash course in the Rust programming language.

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.

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Who is this course for?

  • Aspiring systems programmers, software developers, engineers, wizards, warriors, and hobbits
  • Any developer who needs to run code fast, efficiently, securely, under tight restraints, or with a minimum of bugs.
  • A desire to begin using Rust

What are the requirements?

  • A basic understanding of general programming concepts
  • Familiarity with other programming languages such as Python, C, etc. is helpful, but not required.
  • Rust installed and ready to use - you'll learn more by doing the exercises!

What am I going to learn in this course?

  • Rust language basics, tooling, and ecosystem
  • Fundamentals such as variables, scope, functions, modules, scalar & compound types, control flow, strings, structs, traits, enums, and more.
  • Fun tips & tricks for using Rust and systems programming in general
  • Concepts essential to understanding Rust such as ownership, references & borrowing, the memory model, and why Rust focuses on safety, concurrency, and speed.