The Rust programming language has many qualities, but Rust’s greatest strength is the community of people who come together to make working in Rust a rewarding experience.
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The Rust Users Forum is a place for Rust users to communicate about anything and everything related to Rust. Ask questions here, coordinate on project ideas, whatever you like!
The Rust Internals Forum is a place for discussion about the development of Rust itself – including work on the compiler as well as the design of the language and the standard library.
Find a local meetup or conference
There are more than 90 Meetups and several conferences worldwide in over 35 countries. Rustaceans meet periodically in Rust User Groups. They are a great introduction to the community and a great way to learn and socialize with other people with a similar interest. Meetings are usually informal and open to everyone.
Run your own event
As Rust grows, we’re excited to help folks start their own local events. From hack and learns, to meetups, to conferences, the Rust Events Team is ready to help support you.
Registering your event helps us to keep track of our community efforts and allows us to connect you to speakers or other members in your area.
RustBridge is a workshop focused on getting underrepresented people with a background in another programming language to learn Rust and join the community.Check out the Rustbridge repo
Increasing Rust’s Reach is a program that matches Rust team members from all parts of the project with individuals who are underrepresented in Rust’s community and the tech industry for a partnership of three (3) months, from mid-May to mid-August. Each partnership agrees to a commitment of 3–5 hours per week working on a Rust Project.Visit Website
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