Shuttle Launchpad - learn Rust by building real-world applications, in bite-sized chunks

Bug #2021386 reported by Jenna Lopexa
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Bug Description

At Shuttle we’ve teamed up with Stefan Baumgartner, the organizer of Rust Linz, to create a newsletter series that takes a slightly different approach towards learning Rust.

If you’ve ever felt stuck or overwhelmed on your journey to learn Rust, the Shuttle Launchpad newsletter might come in handy. Why? Because we focus on the latest toolsets in the Rust ecosystem, advocate the latest, greatest, most stable libraries and tools & best coding practices. On-top of that, we deliver educational content in bite-sized chunks so that, even if you are extremely busy, you still manage to get some learnings in. And as we all know with learning, consistency is key!

Each issue is going to be a segment of a course towards building real-world applications with the first set of issues being, for example, how to develop an e-commerce application that needs to do safe transactions with a payment provider.

Each application that you build will go from basics up to advanced concepts, covering items/examples such as:

including image filters that we implement on our own

streaming updates to the UI via web sockets

handling login and 2FA

parallel processing and async programming

working with custom data formats

.. and so on

Let’s remove the daunting effect from learning Rust, subscribe to our newsletter right here:

P.S. We’ve also created a survey where you can submit what aspects of Rust programming are you most interested in learning about, and what specific real-world applications or use cases you would like our newsletter to explore, right here: (no e-mail collection, just 2 quick questions)

P.S. x2 the first issue is coming out in ~2 weeks

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kimaj81359 (kimaj81359) wrote :

Wow, Shuttle Launchpad sounds like an incredible opportunity to learn Rust! The idea of building real-world applications in bite-sized chunks is perfect for beginners like me. Rust is known for its speed, safety, and concurrency, so getting hands-on experience through this program will definitely boost my skills.

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