Could I get some ideas for practice projects? I’m coming from C for embedded applications and I liked many pets of rust especially the efficiency and speed that is similar to C. I want to learn it and I am reading but nothing teaches like doing.

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  • book

    Documentation on how to use the Rust Programming Language to develop firmware for bare metal (microcontroller) devices (by rust-embedded)

    If you come from the embedded C community then maybe something like Phil Oppermann's writing an OS in Rust series. There's also the embedded Rust book and the embedded Rust working group github that has a lot of resources.

  • Rustlings

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

    If you're working on the basics, Rust by Example and Rustlings are very helpful.

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  • nether

    Bare metal Raspberry Pi 4 Dungeon Keeper clone

    I'm trying to build a bare metal game completely from scratch and without third-party crates on a Raspberry Pi, which although not a perfect platform because many things aren't properly documented, is good enough for me since at least when the documentation falters there's always the officially supported Linux kernel to source information from. If I was starting today I'd just be building a kernel though, because I'm not sure I'll be able to complete this project for performance reasons, but I'm still enjoying the challenge of squeezing out as much performance as I can out of the Pi.

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