This Rust Foundation course is designed to provide software engineers with an introduction to the Rust programming language.
This course delves into the conceptual and practical aspects of coding in Rust. In this intensive two-day hands-on course, engineers will learn the hows and whys of coding naturally in Rust. The course deals with the most important features of Rust programming and discusses best practices throughout, including many external references. Developers will learn how Rust is similar and how Rust is different from other languages they may be familiar with (e.g. Go, C++, etc.). Day one begins with Rust programming basics and gets developers up and running, covering topics such as installing Rust, code and file layout, basic syntax, flow control, ownership, and data design. Development toolchain, error handling on day two, followed by generics and memory-related features. Upon completion attendees will have a clear understanding of the basics of the Rust language and the necessary preparation to begin developing programs in Rust.
Live Instructor-Led (ILT) In-Person or Online
Who Should Attend
Developers and Technical Managers
What Will Attendees Learn
- Rust Overview
- Syntax, Flow Control, Data Types
- Ownership and Borrowing
- Enums, Pattern Matching, and Collections
- Packages, Crates, and
- Error handling
- Pointers & Concurrency
Attendees must have intermediate programming experience to benefit fully from this course.