I've been programming for a long time. I picked Rust because I had been hearing good things about it, and I had a project that I wasn't far in to that I had started in C++, and I decided that this was a good time to learn Rust, so after I go through the book I'm going to port that project to Rust.
A thread for more enterprise, compiled, statically bound, strongly typed languages.
Java, C++, C#, C, Objective C, Swift and other similar languages.
Compiler Explorer - to see corresponding assembly code on the fly
Quick C++ Benchmarks - to see assembly code and performance benchmarks
Wandbox - sandbox for multiple languages including C++
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I've started learning Rust too for a side project I've been thinking about tackling. Some of its concepts take a little effort to wrap my head around. But on the flip side, I think knowing Swift has actually made it easier for me to pick up on certain aspects of the language. I'm liking it so far.
c++ is the goat language for output but we both know the developer experience can get grimy.yeah but you know c# devs believe that windows is an acceptable operating system ... i'd imagine that most people do.
it depends on what you were exposed to on the way up.
What you coding in now?
Thoughts on learning Go vs Rust for future career prospects if you already know some Python?