Mastering Rust

New-age Programing Language for Software Development


5 Days (8 hours per day)


Advanced Level

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This course aims to transition Rust programmers with an intermediate understanding of the language to an advanced level of proficiency. Participants will explore in-depth concepts including advanced ownership and borrowing, concurrency, unsafe Rust, macros, and more. Through a combination of theoretical lessons and hands-on projects.

Participants will also learn to leverage Rust’s features for systems programming, network applications, and performance-critical tasks, preparing them to tackle complex, real-world software challenges with Rust.

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  • Software developers and engineers with intermediate knowledge of Rust looking to advance their skills.
  • Professionals working on high-performance, concurrent, and safe systems.
  • Teams aiming to enhance their Rust proficiency for complex project development.
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  • Quick recap of Rust syntax and features
  • Memory safety, ownership, and borrowing
  • Error handling and match statements
  • Deep dive into ownership, borrowing, and lifetimes
  • Advanced patterns in ownership and borrowing
  • Lifetime annotations and their impact on code robustness
  • Understanding ‘static and ‘dangling lifetimes
  • Case studies: Real-world scenarios of ownership problems
  • Exercise: Refactoring code for better ownership models
  • Exploring threads and message passing for concurrency
  • Shared state concurrency and synchronization techniques (Mutex, Arc)
  • Advanced asynchronous programming with async/await
  • Building scalable systems with Tokio
  • Case studies: Designing high-performance concurrent applications
  • Exercise: Implementing a multi-threaded web server
  • Trait Objects and dynamic Dispatch
  • Associated types and type-level programming
  • Advance use of generics
  • Understanding unsafe Rust: When and how to use it
  • Working with raw pointers and external C code
  • Ensuring safety in unsafe blocks
  • FFI (Foreign Function Interface) best practices
  • Case studies: Integrating Rust with C libraries
  • Exercise: Safe abstraction over unsafe code
  • Deep dive into macros for code generation
  • Declarative Macros vs. Procedural Macros
  • Advanced macro patterns and best practices
  • Building domain-specific languages (DSLs)
  • Debugging and Troubleshooting macros
  • Case studies: Leveraging macros in real-world projects
  • Exercise: Writing a custom macro for boilerplate code reduction
  • Profiling Rust applications and identifying bottlenecks
  • Efficient memory management strategies
  • Optimizing CPU usage and understanding cache performance
  • Parallelism and SIMD (Single Instruction, Multiple Data)
  • Case studies: Performance tuning in high-load systems
  • Exercise: Optimizing an existing Rust application for performance
  • Building network applications with Rust
  • Asynchronous IO with Tokio
  • Implementing protocols and handling concurrency
  • Building command-line tools
  • File I/O and system interaction
  • Cross-compilation and embedded systems
  • Interfacing with other programming languages
  • Writing low-level code
  • Exploring advanced type system features (PhantomData, type-level programming)
  • Advanced error handling patterns
  • Leveraging the Rust ecosystem for web development, CLI tools, and embedded systems
  • Exploring new and noteworthy Rust libraries and frameworks

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  • Completion of an introductory Rust course or equivalent experience.
  • Solid understanding of Rust’s syntax, ownership, borrowing, and basic concurrency.
  • Familiarity with software development tools and environments.


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