Thank you very much! I will start Rust from tomorrow, opening a section on it like this one to ask questions. It would be super good if you’d help me out. And judging from your responses in this thread, I am confident those would be more helpful than the books
I think to start with, I will mostly initially have asynchronously reviewable questions and Github PR-s… I already have a few projects in mind. To be able to be pair programming, I’d need some familiarity with Rust first (I am at Hello World level right now), and it would be great if you’re up for it at that time
I do have Clion. Is the IDE experience of Rust any good? I also checked my Manning and PragProg accounts, looks like I have all Manning Rust books/videos bought (Not sure why and how I did that), none of PragProg’s (Not sure why and how I didn’t do that). But I think you’re right, the official “Rust Book” might be enough, it’s written keeping “everyone” in mind, I felt like.
I can’t thank you and @AstonJ enough for motivating me through the journals. I have learned more Crystal and OCaml than I would have if done solo. I am hoping the have better experience with Rust since I have more than just “Advent of Code” and Syntax-level interest in this one