Why Learn Rust Or any New Programming Language?

Why Learn Rust Or any New Programming Language?

In this tutorial, we'll learn to know Why we must learn Rust or any new programming language. Rust is like a parent teaching you rules about how you should act in society.

“Rust is like a parent teaching you how to act in society” My name is Bastian Gruber. I’m a software developer/craftsman/self-employed consultant. I live in Berlin and I've been working with Coder Society for the past three years.

Right now I’m getting into the Rust programming language. It’s a new concept of thinking what a system programming language can be. You go basically super low level but you have the features of a high level language at the same time.

What's interesting about Rust is that it packs a lot of programming language features from the past, picks the best ones and try to make them better. And packs them all into a new language.

Is Rust business or pleasure? For now it's both. I try to find a way, or I try to find a market where Rust can solve a problem. A market is out there technically, but not yet in the mindset of many CTOs.

When do you think Rust will break through? I expect in the next two to three years that the first major companies pick it up. After that I think smaller ones will smell it and pick it up.


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