10 Best Rust Books for Intermediate Developers
Here are 10 books on Rust that are well-suited for intermediate developers to become more advanced
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Each of these books covers various aspects of Rust programming, including syntax, data structures, concurrency, performance optimization, and more.
These assume some prior knowledge of Rust, making them well-suited for intermediate developers who want to deepen their understanding and skills in Rust.
"Programming Rust: Fast, Safe Systems Development" by Jim Blandy and Jason Orendorff
"The Rust Programming Language" by Steve Klabnik and Carol Nichols
"Rust in Action" by Tim McNamara
"Hands-On Concurrency with Rust" by Brian L. Troutwine
"Mastering Rust: Learn about memory safety, type system, concurrency, and the new features of Rust 2018 edition" by Rahul Sharma
"Rust High Performance" by Iban Eguia Moraza
"Rust Essentials" by Ivo Balbaert
"Rust Programming By Example" by Guillaume Gomez and Antoni Boucher
"Rust Quick Start Guide: The easiest way to learn Rust programming" by Daniel Arbuckle
"Rust Cookbook: Discover actionable solutions to coding problems with Rust" by Vesa Kaihlavirta