Why is it so hard to get traction learning rust?

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  • openssh

    Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust

    Here're a few projects I considered interesting (including my own project) and relatively easy to participate: - pushgen Push-style design pattern for processing of ranges and data-streams. - compact_str A memory efficient immutable string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack - openssh-rs Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust - pegasus A multi-node parametrized command runner with a focus on simplicity - concurrent_arena Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

  • pushgen

    Here're a few projects I considered interesting (including my own project) and relatively easy to participate: - pushgen Push-style design pattern for processing of ranges and data-streams. - compact_str A memory efficient immutable string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack - openssh-rs Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust - pegasus A multi-node parametrized command runner with a focus on simplicity - concurrent_arena Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

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  • compact_str

    A memory efficient string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack

    Here're a few projects I considered interesting (including my own project) and relatively easy to participate: - pushgen Push-style design pattern for processing of ranges and data-streams. - compact_str A memory efficient immutable string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack - openssh-rs Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust - pegasus A multi-node parametrized command runner with a focus on simplicity - concurrent_arena Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

  • pegasus

    An SSH command runner with a focus on simplicity (by jaywonchung)

    Here're a few projects I considered interesting (including my own project) and relatively easy to participate: - pushgen Push-style design pattern for processing of ranges and data-streams. - compact_str A memory efficient immutable string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack - openssh-rs Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust - pegasus A multi-node parametrized command runner with a focus on simplicity - concurrent_arena Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

  • concurrent_arena

    Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

    Here're a few projects I considered interesting (including my own project) and relatively easy to participate: - pushgen Push-style design pattern for processing of ranges and data-streams. - compact_str A memory efficient immutable string type that can store up to 24* bytes on the stack - openssh-rs Scriptable SSH through OpenSSH in Rust - pegasus A multi-node parametrized command runner with a focus on simplicity - concurrent_arena Container that can have elements insert/removed concurrently and uses a 'u32' as key.

  • Rustlings

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

    I found the rustling exercises to be of use - small defined problems to force you to get used to various parts of rust. From there i was able to pivot to a small work related thing and then onto something more interesting. https://github.com/rust-lang/rustlings

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