My goal with this video was to target C++ programmers who haven't learned (much) Rust yet, but who already understand important concepts like use-after-free and move semantics. That makes it possible to get fairly deep into the details of lifetimes, aliasing, and ownership within about an hour. I'd love to get feedback from folks who've tried teaching Rust to a similar audience before. Also if you have any friends who are Rust-curious C++ programmers, feel free to point them to the video
That was a really good video! It had good pacing and you explained the topics well, in my opinion.
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