Like many developers, I have been interested in Rust for quite some time. Not only because it appears in so many headlines on Hacker News, or because of the novel approach the language takes to safety and performance, but also because people seem to talk about it with a particular sense of love and admiration. On top of that, Rust is of particular interest to me because it shares some of the same goals and features of my favorite go-to language: Swift. Since I've recently taken the time to do try out Rust in some small personal projects, I wanted to take a little time to document my impressions of the language, especially in how it compares to Swift.
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