Rust is a language that feels as comfortable as the next Ruby. While I can't say I'm an expert quite yet, I've taught a university course in it, so I hope I've picked up enough skill to help beginners out.
Math teacher turned programmer. Fell in love with Rust while listening to Steve Klabnik talk about its design choices. Eternally grateful for helpful compiler messages. Not tall enough to write multi-threaded code.
I been using Rust both at work and as a hobby for a while now. Its an awesome project that makes it easy to learn and contribute, and improves really fast while remaining compliant with its principles.
An enthusiastic programmer who enjoys to explore various aspects of the computer industry. Worked on areas ranging from ASIC & FPGA based hardware design to Software Development in softwares like ruby, C, C++, perl,scheme, common-lisp and rust.
Using a mixture of C and Rust code at work for bare metal and linux embedded programming since mid 2017. Having done 10+ years of professional Java programming before. Also in love with Clojure, Haskell and functional programming in general.
Rust is a revolutionary language that is growing and improving fast. I am proud to have been promoting Rust in my own company leading to incredible results. It covers low-level programming while offering high-level abstractions which for systems developers, it's a blessing.
I'm a Rustacean since 5 years and member of the Rust project. I lead the events team and contirbute to the community team. I own a Rust company. I train Rust professionally, but still got a lot to learn.
I'm a physicist and hobbyist programmer. I've been a Rust enthusiast since shortly before 1.0. I love Rust for its speed and safety, its typesystem, clean design, cargo and overall focus on correctness that help me offload so much worry on the compiler.
Rust manages to meld low-level programming with high-level abstractions without any of the tradeoffs. Here to help in the inaugural battle against the borrow-checker and to foster the inner Rustacean in all of us.
Rust brings an expressive type-system to low-level perfomance and portability. The WASM support ties in particularly well with web development where I spend most of my time and I'm excited to join others on this learning path.
It didn't take long for rust to become my favorite language, and I want to help others learn it, and love it like I do! I've been coding in rust since 2013, and it's been amazing seeing the language change and evolve over time, and become better and better.
Long-term programmer and pipline developer in the Visual Effects (VFX) community; recently decided it was time to make a change in life and become a polyglot; while Python remains my industry's go-to language, Rust, Go, and others are nipping at the heals, and I've never learned better than by helping others lean.
I love real-world, usable examples. I'm a huge fan of being able to help others to make something work how it should with maximum performance. I especially love Rust and have written a tool called BrewStillery in it and GTK-rs.
I study IT in Bavaria, Germany. Rust is one of my favourite languages because of its expressive type system, its strong safety guarantees and good WASM support. I also code a lot in Java, Kotlin, JS and Typescript.
I have more than 32 (1<<5) years programming, in C & C++ in my first years, later on Java, C# and Scala. My new passion is Rust. I love the blend between system programming and the functional paradigm. Also if you speak spanish, I'm here to help!. (Si hablas español te puedo ayudar ;)
After the initial struggles with lifetimes and getting away from thinking in traditional object oriented ways, like inheritance and polymorphism, I fell completely in love with Rust and its community, and would be happy using nothing else for the rest of time.
French developper for more than 20 years in Management Systems, i was insterested in several languages and technologies like C++, Java, PHP, etc. But recently, i chose Rust in my projects for its rigor and its discipline that makes stable its use.
I am a self-taught programmer with a background in liberal arts. I work with Python professionally in the intersection between software development and deep learning. In my spare time, I also play with Go, Rust, and Swift.
My programming background mainly consists of Python, Java and C, but I also have dabbled in Scheme, OCaml and PHP. Lately, I have been sniffing plenty of Rust with the help of Exercism and some side projects. For me, Rust reunites the essentials: low-level concerns, efficient memory management and higher-level abstractions, so I really feel I have finally found my home there.