I feel like an imbecile trying to learn rust.

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    The Rust Programming Language

    I'm on my second reading of the official book ( for free on the web, or you can buy an eBook or dead-tree version: https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/ ), about 12 months since I first picked it up, and many concepts are only just now clicking into place for me

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    An easy and powerful Rust HTTP Client

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  • codewars.com

    Issue tracker for Codewars

    For a shallower learning curve, consider doing Codewars exercises in Rust.

  • apirunner

    This is CLI program which can call Rest APIs a number of times based on the Count specified in the input file. Its written in Rust. (by omkarium)

    Hey, not trying to spam or something. But I recently wrote this CLI executable which uses reqwest. https://github.com/leogitpub/apirunner Believe me, I spent almost 9 hours to figure out how to combine tokio and async move. Wrote plenty of code and scraped a lot of it. My mom told me I would get mad soon If I sit 6 hours straight on my weekends. Rust is hard and highly addictive as Coke.

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