Rust is a language introduced in 2015 by Mozilla to build reliable and efficient software.
It has since then gained a lot of popularity with both companies and developers: Used by all GAFAMs, and voted "most loved programming language" 6 years in a row on the Stack Overflow Developer Survey! It tries to solve problems that other system programming languages, mainly C and C++, have been struggling with for a long time, such as memory errors and building concurrent programs. Rust takes inspiration from its predecessors, from the strongly-OOP C# or the dreaded C++, to the purely function Haskell, but avoiding the errors of the past. It can statically prevent whole classes of common errors thanks to its formal, but intuitive, model.
During this talk, I'll show you what makes Rust a great language for the future (and also what makes it sometimes no so great).
Deze inschrijflijst is open van maandag 6 september 2021 om 11:02 tot maandag 13 september 2021 om 23:59.
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