As a programming language Rust offers memory safety, speed, tooling, concurrent programming, backwards compatibility, and perhaps most importantly, a growing global community of Rustaceans. Join us every month to discover why rust has been named the "most loved" language by Stack Overflow Developer Survey 6 years running!
The Rust Global Community is A year-round exploration of the increasinly popular Rust programming language.
Join us every month when we'll welcome a speaker to share their thoughts on the topics and tools that are most relevant to Rustaceans. Once a quarter we'll also invite you to join us as a Skills Matter Premium Member to attend an exclusive Keynote Event with an expert from the world of Rust.
Whether you've been working with Rust for 10 years or 1 day, you're welcome to join us as we learn together about this exciting architectural style.
Why use Rust?
As a programming language Rust offers memory safety, speed, tooling, concurrent programming, backwards compatibility, and perhaps most importantly, a growing global community of Rustaceans. Since its creation in 2006, Rust has enjoyed a rapid growth both in terms of usage and maturity. A mere 7 years on from the language's v1.0, Rust is being used in production by both the world's largest companies and emerging brands in Fin-tech, Machine Learning, Distributed Systems, Cloud Native Infrastructure, Embedded Systems (IOT) and a host of others.
Join us every month to discover why companies like Meta, Google, Amazon AWS, Huawei, ARM, Dropbox are all using this increasingly popular language in production. (For the sixth year in a row Rust ranked as the most loved programming language in Stack Overflow's annual Developer Survey.)
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