Descripción del Curso

Rust is low-level enough to provide fine-grained control over memory while providing safety through compile-time validation. This makes it uniquely suitable for writing low-level networking applications.

This course is divided into three main parts that will take you on an exciting journey of building a fully functional web server. Given the importance of security for modern systems, you will see how Rust supports common primitives such as TLS and public-key cryptography.

This course will get you started with building networking software in Rust by taking you through all the essential concepts. After watching this course, you will be more than confident enough to use Rust to build effective networking software

About the Author 

Abhishek Chanda studied computer science at IIEST Shibpur in India and electrical engineering at Rutgers University. He has been working on networking and distributed systems since 2008. Over his career, he has worked with large companies (like Microsoft and Dell) and small startups (Cloudscaling, DataSine) in India, US, and the UK. He is enthusiastic about open source software and has contributed to a number of projects like OpenStack, Nomad etc. He contributes to a number of open source projects. He came across Rust in 2015 and found it to be a perfect fit for writing highly performant systems.

Detalles del Curso
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Packt Publishing
Ritmo propio
Intermedio
3 horas
Detalles del Curso
en
en
Packt Publishing
Ritmo propio
Intermedio
3 horas
Descripción del Curso

Rust is low-level enough to provide fine-grained control over memory while providing safety through compile-time validation. This makes it uniquely suitable for writing low-level networking applications.

This course is divided into three main parts that will take you on an exciting journey of building a fully functional web server. Given the importance of security for modern systems, you will see how Rust supports common primitives such as TLS and public-key cryptography.

This course will get you started with building networking software in Rust by taking you through all the essential concepts. After watching this course, you will be more than confident enough to use Rust to build effective networking software

About the Author 

Abhishek Chanda studied computer science at IIEST Shibpur in India and electrical engineering at Rutgers University. He has been working on networking and distributed systems since 2008. Over his career, he has worked with large companies (like Microsoft and Dell) and small startups (Cloudscaling, DataSine) in India, US, and the UK. He is enthusiastic about open source software and has contributed to a number of projects like OpenStack, Nomad etc. He contributes to a number of open source projects. He came across Rust in 2015 and found it to be a perfect fit for writing highly performant systems.