Just started learning Rust - I'm surprisingly terrible at it ? :P

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  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    However after I started reading The rust book, I saw how all the differences I wasn't yet familiar with, were actually a much better way of doing things. Most of which entirely eliminated whole classes of errors that I was actively dealing with in projects in other languages I was working in at the time. Rust is the first language, that showed me it's possible to do things so well, so much better and less error prone than I ever thought possible in the past (The realization was actually shocking and induced a sense of wonder at the time), that it actually got me interested in language design and what makes a good language.

  • Rustlings

    :crab: Small exercises to get you used to reading and writing Rust code!

    Rust By Example might be more your speed. That and rustlings.

  • CodiumAI

    TestGPT | Generating meaningful tests for busy devs. Get non-trivial tests (and trivial, too!) suggested right inside your IDE, so you can code smart, create more value, and stay confident when you push.

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