Rust or rust-lang, is a modern, fast, cross-platform, and open source systems programming language designed to replace C/C++
SK writes in OSTechNix
"It comes with many features including zero-cost abstractions, move semantics, guaranteed memory safety, threads without data races, trait-based generics, pattern matching, type inference, minimal runtime, and efficient C bindings etc. Rust is being actively used in production by popular organizations such as Canonical, Chef, Coursera, CoreOS, Dropbox, Mozilla, NPM and many. Today, we are going to learn to install Rust programming language in Linux..."
While many programmers have long used Rust for hobby projects, in 2019, the language attracted support from major technology companies
"Rust has drawn plenty of attention from programmers on sites like Hacker News for a while,"
writes Ryan Levick in opensouce.com
"While many have long loved using the language for hobby projects, it didn't start catching on in industry until 2019, when this really started to change.
Over the last year, many large companies, including Microsoft, Facebook, and Intel, came out in support of Rust, and many smaller ones took notice..."
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