Intro to Rust programming

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We teamed up with some friends of ours at Heroku to promote the Code-ish podcast so we’re sharing a full-length episode right here in The Changelog’s feed. This episode features Chris Castle with special guests Carol Nichols and Jake Goulding talking about the strengths of the Rust programming language. Learn more and subscribe at heroku.com/podcasts/codeish.

We teamed up with some friends of ours at Heroku to promote the Code-ish podcast so we’re sharing a full-length episode right here in The Changelog’s feed. This episode features Chris Castle with special guests Carol Nichols and Jake Goulding talking about the strengths of the Rust programming language.

Learn more and subscribe at heroku.com/podcasts/codeish.

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Rust is a type-safe, concurrent, and memory efficient language from Mozilla. Developers from various backgrounds are turning towards it more as a means of quickly writing performant and functional code for browsers, cryptocurrencies, operating systems, CLIs, and–oh yeah, embedded devices. Carol Nichols and Jake Goulding are Rust instructors and enthusiasts, and they join Chris Castle to talk about Rust’s underlying strengths as an ideal blend of simpler languages, like Ruby, with more memory conscious ones, like C.

Check the show notes and transcript for more details.

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