Learn Rust in a Month of Lunches (Manning)
Wednesday, 17 April 2024

This book shows how to write fast and safe Rust code through lessons you can fit in your lunch break. Dave MacLeod provides explanations and focused, relevant examples to make it accessible, even if you’re learning Rust as your first programming language, and covers the use of Rust for purposes from system programming, to web applications, and games.

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Author: Dave MacLeod
Publisher: Manning
Date: March 2024
Pages: 568
ISBN: 978-1633438231
Print: 1633438236
Kindle: ‎ B0CVNPLZ29
Audience: Rust developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Other Languages


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Topics covered:

  • Build real software in Rust
  • Understand messages from the compiler and Clippy, Rust’s coding coach
  • Make informed decisions on the right types to use in any context
  • Make sense of the Rust standard library and its commonly used items
  • Use external Rust “crates” (libraries) for common tasks
  • Comment and build documentation for your Rust code
  • Work with crates that use async Rust
  • Write simple declarative macros
  • Explore test driven development in Rust

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