Introduction to Rust Programming Language Course

Introduction to Rust Programming Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 5-day Introduction to Rust Programming training course from Koenig Solutions.  Rust was developed by Mozilla as a highly capable systems-level programming language. Rust is fast, powerful, offers strict and pedantic compiler checks, lets you write complex software without any fear, provides zero-cost abstractions, functional features & a lot of other perks. Some programmers are even using it as an alternative to C/C++ programming languages for VR simulation engines, operating systems, browser components, game engines & file systems. 

Through a blend of hands-on labs and interactive lectures, you will be able to learn  Rust language to effectively using all its features. It is suitable for anyone who is looking to catch up with Rust programming from the ground level.

Target Audience:

Those involved with any security related task at any level.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of Rust Programming Language
  • Create and work with scalar types
  • Understand and work with mutability
  • Understand and work with Rust logic
  • Create and work with functions
  • Uderstand and work with ownership
  • Create and work with strings
  • Create and work with structs
  • Create and work with enums
  • Create and work with vectors




Introduction to Rust Programming Language Course (Duration : 40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction
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Module 2: Getting Started
  • Installing rust
  • Hello World
  • Hello cargo!
Module 3: Guessing Game
  • Setup
  • Processing a Guess
  • Generating a secret number
  • Comparing guesses
  • Looping
Module 4: Syntax and Semantics
  • Variable Bindings
  • Functions
  • Primitive Type
  • Comments
  • If
  • Loops
  • Vectors
  • Referencing and Borrowing
  • Lifetimes
  • Mutability
  • Structs
  • Enums
  • Match
  • Patterns
  • Methods
  • Strings
  • Traits
  • Generics
  • Drop
  • If Let
  • Closure
  • Universal Function call syntax
  • Crates and Modules
  • Const and static
  • Attributes
  • Casting
  • Macros
  • Raw Pointers
  • unsafe
Module 5: Effective Rust
  • The stack and the Heap
  • Testing
  • Conditional Compilation
  • Iterators
  • Concurrency
  • Error Handling
  • FFI
  • Borrow as Ref
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Course Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of any programming language is required to start the course