Handling concurrent programming safely and efficiently is another of Rust's major goals. Concurrent programming, where different parts of a program execute independently, and parallel programming, where different parts of a program execute at the same time, are becoming increasingly important as more computers take advantage of their multiple processors. Historically, programming in these contexts has been difficult and error prone: Rust hopes to change that.
Want to learn more about how to handle concurrent programming safely and efficiently in rust? Dive in and get ready to learn about fearless concurrency in Rust in this meetup on 29th March 2019 at 3:30 PM IST.
In this meetup, you'll learn about:
1. How to create threads to run multiple pieces of code at the same time
2. Implementing Message Passing in RUST using Threads.
3. Shared-State Concurrency in RUST Using Threads
4. How Rust Concurrency removes all concurrency problems