I have been studying Rust for a while. I am now finishing the book , and I was thinking about: what's next on my Rust learning journey?
So, can you share some advanced resources where I can continue learning and become an advanced Rust programmer?
From experience with other languages I know that just studying is no substitute for coding experience (doing some real project, hitting the wall, see what works what not). Still, it can accelerate the process.
I also found 2 other books on areas of my direct interest:
- one on microservices - https://www.amazon.com/Hands-Microservices-Rust-scalable-microservices-ebook/dp/B07GVNZL4G/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=rust+programming&qid=1601583389&s=books&sr=1-3
- one on network programming - https://www.amazon.com/Network-Programming-Rust-memory-safety-concurrency-ebook/dp/B075Z3G2TC/ref=sr_1_17?dchild=1&keywords=rust+programming&qid=1601583389&s=books&sr=1-17
Can someone who read them share an opinion on these books? I am particularly worried if the advent of async/await made them automatically obsolete (meaning that in 2021 someone would do new code on these areas quite differently than what is described on the book).
Thanks in advance.