I have studied Computer Engineering from 17 to 19 (3 years) and then Electrical and Electronics Engineering in University (which I did really badly) for another 3 years.
I've been mostly self-taught for programming, relying mostly on my past learning experiences many MANY years back during the days of Computer Engineering studies.
I've been mostly self-taught for programming...
I am really interested in web development and delivering fast, effecient, and readable short clean code.
After entering into this industry I've become addicted to speed of execution (no UI jank, 60 fps, fast load time, etc..) and readable code that's short and sweet.
Why Rust? ⚙️
Recently, I got to know of an emerging language that has extremely strong and safe typing system which can be used for small, fast, and memory effecient development. Which in turn also means the compiler can be super naggy to tell you that you have errors or unused variables, etc.
This goes to show the importance of a good foundation for our software/web development that could shape our mindset towards writing better softwares!
Also, it could add to a lower level programming language (Rust) into my toolbelt of languages that I am comfortable working with. 😬
... importance of a good foundation for our software/web development that could shape our mindset towards writing a better web/software!
The Tough Part
Rust has a higher learning curve with concepts such as Borrowing, Ownership, Lifetimes, etc. as compared to dynamic languages which does most of the mental-boilerplating for us through the compiler itself.
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