I've started making a serious attempt to learn Rust over the last couple of weeks and I just want to say hello.

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  • game-of-life

    I guess I will end this with a little toy project I've made (when it's running press 'G').

  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    The book is great as an introduction, but I feel it could be a little more broad covering. I find myself discovering more areas that weren't even touched on in the book and it leave me uncertain if there are whole aspects of this language I'm completely unaware of. One example I learnt a few hours ago is how the IntoIterator trait allows a struct to be desugared in a for loop. It would be nice to have a somewhat comprehensive guide on traits that tie directly into the language.

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  • rust-blog

    Educational blog posts for Rust beginners

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