Basic programming experience in any programming language.
Rust is an open-source Systems Programming language that focuses on speed, memory safety, and parallelism. Developers use Rust to create a wide range of new software applications, such as game engines, operating systems, file systems, browser components and simulation engines for virtual reality.
This course teaches you how to install Rust and then familiarize yourself with basic concepts like variables, data types, method syntax, enums, and more. Discover how the unique Ownership Principles of Rust impact the language. Data Handling, Pattern Matching, and Error Handling are also covered. The course also demonstrates use of generic types and traits, File I/O, Iterators and Closure. Then we explore Smart Pointers, Concurrency and Object-Oriented programming in Rust.
Installing Rust and IDE
Rust Ownership Model
References and Borrowing
Demonstrating recoverable errors with Result
Working with enums
Generic Types and Traits
Iterators and Closures
Concurrency in Rust
So let's dive into the course.
Who this course is for:
System Programmers, Software Developers, Computer Scientists
12 sections • 58 lectures • 6h 24m total length
IDE installation and Hello World Program in Rust
Data Types - Scalar types : int, float, char, bool
Tuples and Arrays - Compound Data Types
Functions in Rust
Statement vs Expression - Returning value from function