I’m new to Rust (coming from Python) and started to read through the book. The book is very nicely written (I’m a blogger so I know what that means), and it has a good flow. I think that’s phantastic since it is somehow an “entry gate” into Rust.
The chapters are all easy to follow along. But when “Ownership” starts then it gets very complex; which is ok since those are new concepts for people into script programming like me. IMO those chapters could have been more extensive though. On many occasions I thought “I think I got that, but I’m not 100% sure”. The chapters before
Ownership and after
Mutability have a slower pace (i.e. “There’s a lot going on here, so let’s break it down”), I would have liked the same style in those middle chapters.
If I could help out in any way (e.g. by pointing out what was not clear to me), I’d happy to help