Participation in the Rust community

It is said that Rust’s greatest strength is the community of people who come together to make working in Rust a rewarding experience. After years in the community, we are convinced that this statement is true and are proud to be part of it.

On the area of language development, we have contributed with over 100 commits to the Rust compiler and authored RFC 1857.

We also help beginners get started with Rust through example projects that showcase design patterns, idioms and features. For instance, our Rocket game illustrates basic game architecture and our Rocket WASM project explains how to adapt Rust programs to run on the browser through WebAssembly. Both have been very well received by the community.

Other efforts to teach the language have involved answering questions on Stack Overflow, giving talks at local meetup groups and co-founding the Rust Utrecht meetup.