Rust Programming Language (No Starch Press)
Wednesday, 04 September 2019

This is an updated edition of the official book on the Rust programming language, written by members of the Rust development team at the Mozilla Foundation, fully updated for Rust 2018. Authors Steve Klabnik and Carol Nichols show how to use Rust's robust type system to keep programs memory-safe and speedy, and make the most of the Cargo package manager that brings the pieces of a program together. The second edition has a new chapter on macros, an expanded chapter on crates. and extra appendices on Rust development tools and Rust versions.

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Authors: Steve Klabnik and Carol Nichols
Publisher: No Starch
Date: August 2019
Pages: 560
ISBN: 978-1718500440
Print: 1718500440
Kindle: B07SRQ97RD
Audience: developers wanting to learn Rust
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

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