29 June 2022
A major UK Media company has implemented the use of Rust code language for their web development in order to seek opportunities where safety and speed are a necessity.
Rust is a safe-system language, which means that you can be certain that it will be free from bugs when the code compiles. This is because if it detects unsafe code then, it will refuse to compile that code. This means that it is significantly easier to tackle than other languages such as C++. Moreover, Rust is a more efficient language than others and can be utilised by plugging in to existing systems to optimise the running.
JB international ran a 3 day course via Zoom, which was specified towards the objectives raised by the organisation. These included:
The delegates enjoyed the course but their experience in rust was lower than expected and therefore, the structure of the course had to be reshuffled by the trainer in order to provide enough time for the audience to understand each section. The delegates were specifically complimentary about the trainer:
“Chris is extremely knowledgeable about his subject matter and very precise in his descriptions.” RC, Software Engineer
“The course covered a lot of material and the tutor was very pleasant and obviously very experienced at the subject.” KC, Senior Software Engineer
For more information about public and tailor-made Rust training courses:
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