2022 Jul 17 Sun:
The Rust Programming Language
Tonight I finished reading
The Rust Programming Language,
informally known as "The Rust Book", by Steve Klabnik and Carol Nichols with
contributions from the Rust Community.
The print copy published by
No Starch Press
covers the 2018 Edition of Rust.
There is also a
free online version
which is updated continuously.
I had started reading the Rust book last year and made it three-quarters of the
This year I restarted from the beginning so I could refresh on the fundamentals.
It helped me understand a couple of Rust game programming books that I was
The book is well written with many code examples which are described in detail.
The authors ease the readers into the subject but then rapidly advance to more
complicated topics in later chapters.
I assume that this is because they wanted to cover the entire programming
language in just over five hundred pages.
I searched the Web to see if there is a second edition of the book coming out
that covers the 2021 Edition of the Rust programming language.
there is not
so I might start reading the online version for the updates and to review the
To help take me to the next level, I ordered from the same publisher
Rust for Rustaceans: Idiomatic Programming for Experienced Developers