Dec. 6, 2023, 12:01 p.m. | Will Douglas Heaven

MIT Technology Review

Two weeks into the coding class he was teaching at Duke University in North Carolina this spring, Noah Gift told his students to throw out the course materials he’d given them. Instead of working with Python, one of the most popular entry-level programming languages, the students would now be using Rust, a language that was…

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