Mastering Rust – Build Robust, Concurrent, and Fast Applications [Video]

Mastering Rust Build Robust, Concurrent, and Fast Applications

Mastering Rust – Build Robust, Concurrent, and Fast Applications [Video]

English | MP4 | AVC 1920×1080 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 53m | 1.75 GB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels

Mastering Rust – Build Robust, Concurrent, and Fast Applications [Video]: Discover Rust’s powerful but hidden features and build robust, concurrent, and fast applications

Developers love Rust as a programming language for various reasons. It’s safe and more secure than its contemporaries; it’s also good at maintaining performance. Rust uses a modern inbuilt dependency and build management system to provide concurrency.

This course will show you how to use these benefits of Rust to enhance your programming experience. You will understand how Rust improves performance and handles errors to make your code reliable. Also, you’ll test your programs and take your code to the next level with concurrency. The course demonstrates how you can build scalable and reliable programs with Rust.

  • Get to know the different error handling philosophies and learn to use them wisely
  • Get to know how concurrency works in Rust and use concurrency primitives such as threads and message passing
  • Effectively leverage Rust’s memory safety guarantees
  • Create and work with structs, vectors, scalar types, functions, string, enums, and more
  • Share data in your application with mutex
  • Design Rust projects that grow and ensure as much correctness at compile time as possible
  • Ensure that no runtime cost is incurred during the execution of your Rust application

By the end of the course, you will be able to build and implement high-performance software applications to fulfill your organization’s needs and requirements.

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3 Responses

  1. Romero says:

    The part 1 is off!
    Can u fix?

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