It's been 20 days since I started learning rust as my first language. Terrible experience. Should I move forward?

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  • Rustlings

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

    Will advise to check https://github.com/rust-lang/rustlings

  • patterns

    A catalogue of Rust design patterns, anti-patterns and idioms

    Also familiarise yourself with https://rust-unofficial.github.io/patterns/. There a few in there that really help with the borrow checker.

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  • easy_rust

    Rust explained using easy English

    I put together a book that goes over most of the same content found in The Book but written with easy / straightforward English (partially for English L2 speakers but also for English speakers that just want the info in as straightforward a package as possible).

  • AdventOfCode2020

    Solutions to all 25 AoC 2020 problems in Rust :christmas_tree: With relatively high global leaderboard placements!

    I find that the "advent of code" project always has some nice challenges and you can access the previous years like https://adventofcode.com/2020. They tend to get complex and/or complicated quickly, but usually the first few are easy enogh, while sill giving you a challenge to learn something new.

  • tour_of_rust

    A tour of rust's language features

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