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New guide: Rust resources

Three years, eight months, and two days ago I started a local project on my computer called my-little-rust. I tried out some match statements, I Boxed a few things, and I haven't stopped since. It seems I'm a card carrying member of the Rust Evangelism Strike Force now.

I had heard of Rust a few years before that. I think my friend Jonas sent me an image of a printed version of The Rust Programming Language book. Since then, I've become a card-carrying member of the Rust Evangelism Strike Force.

Today, while answering a question on the Rust users forum, I was reminded that I joined on December 7, 2019. And it made me wonder when I started using Rust. gfind -name "*.rs" -type f -printf '%T+ %p\n' | sort | head -n 1 helped with that. I created the my-little-rust project on November 21, 2018. I've written thousands and thousands of lines of Rust since then, but I hope that my most important contribution will be spreading the use of Rust where I work, as well as helping others on URLO, StackOverflow, Reddit, and everywhere else.

I had a bunch of blog posts that I have been revisiting over the last few years, and I thought it could be a good idea to share them. So without further ado, I present — The Rust resources page.