Rust is a language introduced in 2015 by Mozilla to build reliable and efficient software. It has since then gained a lot of popularity: Used by all GAFAMs, and voted “most loved programming language” 5 years in a row on the Stack Overflow Developer Survey! It tries to solve problems that other system programing languages, mainly as C and C++, have been struggling with for a long time, such as memory errors and building concurrent programs.
During this talk, I'll show you what makes Rust a great language, but also what makes it no so great.
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