This course is for the beginner who wants to learn how to code without getting overwhelmed by technical jargon and computer science topics. Rust Programming For Beginners is specifically designed to teach the core programming concepts necessary to get started building applications while also providing a solid foundation for future learning.
The best way to learn programming is to write engaging and interesting programs. This course features 30 coding exercises to complement the lectures, and are designed with real-world applications in mind. Each exercise presents a problem with hints on how to implement a solution, so you can get the practice you need to be successful. The exercises are accompanied with a video demonstrating a possible implementation for the exercise, and line-by-line commentary on how the code accomplishes the task and why it works.
The information in this course is introduced in a thoughtful order, which means you will always be aware of what every bit of code in a program is doing, and how it works the way it does. There is no need to wait until later in the course, or to study more advanced topics, in order to fully understand the code when presented. This is accomplished by building up knowledge through concise, easy to follow lectures that can be reviewed quickly.
In this course, you will learn:
Critical concepts necessary to work with code, without overwhelming detail
Creation of digital solutions for real-world problems
Reading and writing application code in the Rust programming language
Utilization of the Rust ecosystem to efficiently develop applications
Automated testing to enhance the reliability of your solutions
How to make your projects easier to work with through the use of generated documentation
Foundational computer science topics such as computer memory, program logic, and simple data structures
Sign up today to learn the concepts of programming and how to build applications in Rust!