Last time I messed with Rust, I made the classic beginner mistake of trying to learn too many things at once. I was trying to learn Rust, learn Lisp, and write a Lisp interpreter in Rust at the same time.
I started messing with Rust again. First, I want to mention a couple of videos that have really helped me understand Rust a little bit better.
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Update: This particular attempt at building a Lisp didn’t work out, but you can check out my more recent attempt if you’re interested.
Lately I’ve been playing around with the Rust programming language a lot, and I’ve been loving it, I think mostly because I love the community. I’ve never been to a Rust meetup where I didn’t have a great time.
I’ve also started the online book Build Your Own Lisp. It teaches C by demonstrating the creation of a simple REPL for a subset of the Lisp language. Lisp is a fascinating language, and you really should read The Little Schemer when you have a chance. I’m interested in learning C, but I’m just as interested in learning Rust. Continue reading “Build Your Own Lisp (in Rust)”