Rust is a multi-paradigm system programming language focused on safety, especially safe concurrency. Rust is syntactically similar to C++, but is designed to provide better memory safety while maintaining high performance. The certification acts as a proof of your skills on professional social media like LinkedIn and for better job prospects.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
RUST Language Basics
- Get Rust Working on Your Machine
- Introducing Standard Rust Operators and Syntax
- Basic Loops
- Basic Strings
- Structs and Methods
- Enums and Pattern Matching
- Result and Option Types
- Introduction to Traits
- Using Other People’s Libraries
- Defining Our Own Traits
- Accepting Generic Parameters
- Generic Structs
- Generic Iterators
- Useful traits
- Error Handling with the from Trait
- Documenting and Publishing Your Library
- Why Lifetimes Matter?
- Passing a Borrow Forward
- Stack versus Heap - Box and the Deref Trait
- The Static Lifetime
- Reference Counting
- Environment Variables
- Calling Other Programs
- Piping Between Other Programs
- Files Access
RUST Threads and Channels
- Thread Pools and Worker
- Rayon for Embarrassingly Parallel Problems
RUST and Databases
- Introduction to SQLite
- Secure Passwords
- Adding to the Database
- Retrieving from the Database
RUST and Web Development
- Introduction to Rocket
- HTML Templates with Maud
- Managing Sessions
- Web Login
- Accessing Sessions