Beginning Rust Programming (Wiley)
Wednesday, 23 June 2021

In this book Ric Messier delivers a highly practical, real-world guide to coding with Rust. Avoiding dry, theoretical content and “Hello, world”-type tutorials, the book dives immediately into functional Rust programming that takes advantage of the language’s blazing speed and memory efficiency. Designed from the ground up to give you a running start to using the multiparadigm system programming language, and is perfect for programmers with some experience in other languages, like C or C++.

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Author: Ric Messier
Publisher: Wiley
Date: March 2021
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1119712978
Print: 1119712971
Kindle: B08WZ2D7WC
Audience: Developers wanting to learn Rust
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

 

  • Solve real-world computer science problems of practical importance 
  • Use Rust’s rich type system and ownership model to guarantee memory-safety and thread-safety 
  • Integrate Rust with other programming languages and use it for embedded devices

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ISBN: 978-1683920373
Print: 1683920376
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Rating: 3
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong
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Author: Joshua Backfield
Publisher: O'Reilly, 2014
Pages: 152
ISBN: 978-1449368173
Print: 1449368174
Kindle: B00LH4H8TE
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Rating: 3
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong 

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