I'm in the slow process of getting my company to adopt Rust. We have one small production service running Rust now, and I'm pushing for more widespread adoption.
On Friday, I'll be giving a presentation to the rest of the software engineers on why we should continue Rust adoption and use it more widely. This presentation won't make or break the adoption as a whole, but if it goes well it may speed things up a bit.
So my question: what is your favorite thing about Rust? I've already filled my presentation with all the reasons I think it's great, but I want to make sure I cover things from as many perspectives as possible.
Some background on the company / tech stack in case it's useful:
We're an IoT company, our embedded firmware is all C/C++ today. We do a ton of work on in the cloud turning telemetry into useful data, all in Python (that's my role). We also have a bunch of UIs for consuming that data, Angular/TypeScript. I'll be presenting to engineers from all three of those domains.
If you have any other tips for successful strategies for integrating Rust, I'd also love to hear them, thanks!