What’s on tap for Mozilla’s Rust in 2016

Posted on 17-08-2015 , by: Serdar Yegulalp , in , 0 Comments

Now that Mozilla’s Rust has put its 1.0 release behind it and even clocked a 1.1 release, what’s next for the fledgling systems programming language?

Its development team is thinking big: faster and more efficient compiling, fewer missing features, and more ways for Rust to run on multiple platforms.

Rust is positioned as an avenue into system-level programming, but with far more memory safety and behavioral protection built into the language than with C. To quote a blog post that appeared last Friday on Rust’s development blog, “You can hack without fear.”

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