Rust has been Stack Overflow’s most loved language for four years in a row, indicating that many of those who have had the opportunity to use Rust have fallen in love with it. However, the roughly 97% of survey respondents who haven’t used Rust may wonder, “What’s the deal with Rust?”
Rust’s static typing does its best to get out of the programmer’s way while encouraging long-term maintainability.
Rust gives you the choice of storing data on the stack or the heap and determines at compile time when memory is no longer needed and can be cleaned up.
The biggest benefit Rust can provide compared to these languages is the borrow checker.
The Rust experience is larger than a language specification and a compiler; many aspects of creating and maintaining production-quality software are treated as first-class citizens.