Rust is an open-source systems programming language that emphasizes safety, speed, and concurrency. It was developed by Mozilla to address the shortcomings of other programming languages, particularly C and C++, and is now widely used for developing high-performance applications, network servers, and operating systems. Rust’s memory safety guarantees and built-in concurrency support make it a popular choice for developing complex and reliable software.

In this tag, you’ll find my journey with this hipster language and some of the #open-source projects with it. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, these resources will help you learn how to use Rust to build efficient and secure software.