Oduah Chigozie
Aug 23, 2023 ⋅ 8 min read

Comparing Rust vs. Zig: Performance, safety, and more

Oduah Chigozie Technical writer | Frontend developer | Blockchain developer

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One Reply to "Comparing Rust vs. Zig: Performance, safety, and more"

  1. A factor not considered here is ease of use.

    Rust is a monster of a language that straddles multiple paradigms, and the borrow checker imposes restrictions on how you design. It is going to take the average developer significant time and work before they can produce elegant solutions in the Rust idiom. The learning curve can be compared to C++.

    Zig is a much more minimal and familiar type of procedural language, leaving more mental overhead free for actually solving the problem in hand. The learning curve can be compared to C.

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