Is there good "bootcamp" material for Rust?

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  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    I checked out the online Rust Book but it's written like a typical university book--boring and unmotivational. The difficulty ramps up sharply at the borrow checking part, which I don't like. It also takes forever to introduce file and network I/O, which are needed to solve interesting problems.

  • comprehensive-rust

    This is the Rust course used by the Android team at Google. It provides you the material to quickly teach Rust to everyone.

    You're very welcome to ask questions here (please tag me) or on GitHub. We'll try to answer as fast as we can.

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  • command-line-rust

    Code for Command-Line Rust (O'Reilly, 2022, ISBN 9781098109417)

    I humbly suggest my book, Command-Line Rust (O'Reilly, 2022), which offers tests and guidance on getting the reader to create 14 Rust versions of existing BSD/GNU command-line utilities like `head` and `comm`. You can look over the source code at, and I'm happy to answer any questions your group might have.

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