Short tutorial videos to get up to speed on Rust if you know basic programming concepts

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I recently came across these playlist on Rust and thought I’d share it with the community. The videos are short(most under 3 minutes) and too the point. I’ve done some basic programming in the past, but nothing as in-depth as what’s going on with the SAFE Network. Even though I’m a major programming noob, I still liked to look at Maidsafe’s code in Github occasionally. Watching this playlist has helped me better understand what I’m looking at now and I hope it’ll help others also.

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#2

Another resource for learning Rust, from the French government :slight_smile:

I came across this a few days ago and forgot to post it. It’s cool that they are accepting contributions!

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#3

In English, not even a French version, strange. Not that I’m complaining.

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#4

When the decision was made to go to Rust I was a immensely disappointed because of the delays it brought with it. Now after just a couple of days of watching videos on Rust I understand how powerful this language is and glad that switch was made.

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#5

For francophones exist this good tutorial:

https://blog.guillaume-gomez.fr/Rust/1/1

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#6

Just came across this guide from IBM, thought I’d post it here :slight_smile:

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#7

Thanks to you guys for posting these resources. I’ve been interested in learning about Rust for some time now, and it’s great to know that Mozilla supports it.

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#8

Seems like a great resource for quickly seeing what Rust is like!


Got curious when I saw this example on that resource:

let y: Vec<i32> = [4, 5, 6];

But it yields: note: expected type std::vec::Vec<i32>!

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