Rust was designed from the ground-up to help developers write faster, more reliable software. With Rust, you can easily control core system operations (like memory allocation) that arise when coding in low-level languages like the C family - and yet, engineers are not locked out of writing system-level code. Rust represents a similar paradigm shift to when the industry moved to Kotlin from Java for Android app development. If you needed any further encouragement, just look at Google's switch from the C/C++ to Rust on the Android Open Source project. In their words:
"We invest a great deal of effort and resources into detecting, fixing, and mitigating this class of bugs, and these efforts are effective in preventing a large number of bugs from making it into Android releases. Yet in spite of these efforts, memory safety bugs continue to be a top contributor of stability issues, and consistently represent ~70% of Android’s high severity security vulnerabilities."
We could see the requirement for Rust increasing in the foreseeable future.
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