My new YouTube playlist – the Rust Quickies

Ooops, I did it again! Last week I have started with a new YouTube project – my so-called Rust Quickies. If you are familiar with my YouTube channel, you should already know my famous SQL Server Quickies where I talk just in a few minutes about one specific topic in SQL Server. And now I’m doing the same with the Rust programming language.

Rust Quickies

Rust is a low-level system programming language which has the power to replace C/C++ over the upcoming years. Rust is supported on every major OS (Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi), and the compiler generates you directly native machine code (without any runtime framework – like the .NET framework or the Java VM).

One of the most powerful aspects of the Rust programming language is the fact that it provides you a safe automatic memory management without a garbage collector, and without the use of unsafe pointers, like in C/C++.

If you are interested in Rust, make sure to check-out my Rust Quickies, where I have started last week with a general introduction to the programming language. In the 2nd Rust Quickie, which was released today, I’m talking about the cargo Package Manager.

Thanks for your time,


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