Being new to Rust it’s still not very efficient for me to use it in scenarios where I need a basic prototype to get a project started.
I feel like part of this is due to the learning curve of Rust. I’m a vim user and I feel like it’s a similar deal where after you get over that initial hump then it changes the whole picture.
I’m curious what others that are over that initial hump do. Does using rust at an initial prototype phase slow down overall development or is it just as efficient as other languages for the initial prototyping phase?
For me currently I end up prototyping in Go or Python and then if I run into performance issues then take that section and rewrite it in Rust.
Is there a point when it just becomes easier to write the whole prototype in rust or is it common to stick with this style of prototyping?