Rust is a systems language with a modern feel, says Matheus Richard, a Ruby programmer who decided to learn Rust because:
- It’s fast: It wants to replace C/C++ for a reason.
- It’s safe: No nulls here.
- It has a nice package manager: No more vendor dependencies.
- It has something for memory management: It seems almost like type-checking, but for memory.
In this two-part article, Richard shares his own experiences getting started with Rust.
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