The Rust programming language has quickly grown in popularity during the past couple of years, reports Richard MacManus, with analyst firm SlashData stating that Rust has “nearly tripled in size in the past 24 months.”
In this article, MacManus talks with Rust Foundation Executive Director Rebecca Rumbul about what’s driving this rapid adoption. Rumbul notes, among other things, that “the security and memory safety enables people to create with a lot of confidence. The maintainer and contributor community are inclusive and supportive, and Rust is also a great choice for developers looking to enhance their professional prospects.”
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