This is a Rust crash course, yet another one. This one is targeted at folks who know how to program in a language like TypeScript or Python and need to get up to speed on Rust quickly.
The goal of this course is singular: Get you to the point where you can pair program with an experienced Rust programmer in just a few days.
Rust has a reputation for having a difficult learning curve. It doesn't have to be so hard! Pair programming was an extremely helpful experience for me in getting up to speed after I got over the initial humps, and this course is meant to fill that gap to get you there as quickly as possible.
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