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Fortune Ikechi
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Jan 28, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Why is Rust so popular?

Fortune Ikechi Fortune Ikechi is a frontend engineer based in Rivers State, Nigeria. He is a student of the University of Port Harcourt. He is passionate about community and software engineering processes.

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2 Replies to "Why is Rust so popular?"

  1. “Rust solves problems associated with C/C++ such as garbage collection and safety.”

    why garbage collector? isn’t c/c++ need the user to define their own implementation of how handling memory? if c/c++ have GC, then people didn’t need to use java incase they didn’t want to bother with to implement on handling the memory as safety and error-free.

    afaik, the language that using GC are java, go, etc.

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