Rust programming bootcamp

Conversation with Gnanavel Mutharasu, senior Rust practitioner & Rust mentor at Nordic Academy.

Rust is the most loved language for 7 consecutive years running in stack overflow surveys. Rust is safety and speed at scale, 10-30X faster than Python, Java or GO.
This program is designed and delivered by some of the leading Rust programming experts from the industry. You learn everything hands-on here. This is a high intensity program, and requires your unhindered attention for 60 days.
During this 60 day journey you will face real world challenges, ideate, collaborate with peers, learn how to find a solution and apply it.
So come aboard if you are up for this exciting, challenging and career transforming 60 day journey!


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(One-time payment)


Includes live sessions, assignments, challenges, documentations, one-to-one sessions, live chat support, projects and a verified certificate


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Getting a certificate online has become easier than ever. Everyones trying to make it as easy and as convenient as possible. There are programs that hardly demands any effort, you can almost sleepwalk through them in your spare time, get a certificate, share it on social media and then move on to the next trophy.
But are we forgetting the old saying, when it sounds too good to be true, then it likely is.
Success that comes after overcoming the toughest challenges, are the ones most cherished.
No, Nordic Academy doesn’t have an agenda to purposefully make it difficult for you, but our program designs and delivery processes are not influenced by “make-it-easy” game factors.
We do what is best for you. Our mission is to ensure, every minute, every penny you spend during this journey adds some value.
At the end of the journey, yes, you do get a certificate, but that’s the icing, not the cake itself.

Program curriculum

 Week 1: Rust – safety, speed and concurrency

 Week 2: Expression and Utilities

 Week 3: Cargo, Crates and Modules

 Week4: Iterators and Collections

 Week 5: Ownership and References

 Week 6: Input and Output

 Week 7: Structs, Enums and Patterns

 Week 8: Expression and Utilities

 Week 9: Fearless concurrency and unsafe Rust

 Week 10: Final project


Example use cases of Rust

⇒ Build command line interfaces (CLI)
⇒ Zero latency lambda functions for AWS
⇒ Large-scale, high-performance, resource intensive and complex systems
⇒ Multi-binary software suits for enterprise pipelines
⇒ Wrapper around legacy C/C++ code to make it safer
⇒ Zero cost abstractions for Foreign Function Interface (FFI)
⇒ Embedded systems, device drivers and Linux Kernel modules
⇒ High performing Python and R packages in pure Rust
⇒ Ultrafast database interfaces with complex data structures
⇒ Operating system modules and utility functions
⇒ Computer vision and fast data visualization pipelines
⇒ Superfast digital signal processing (DSP)
⇒ Near native performance on the web with web-assembly
⇒ Games and Blockchain development


Certificates are awesome, but only when they are earned.
After successfully completing the bootcamp, you will receive your verified course certificate from Nordic Academy, verifying that you now got the skills, not just on paper, but to solve real world problems as well.

You can now proudly share your certificate in the certificate section of your Linkedin profile, on your resume and any other documents.

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Snapshot of a typical week

Here’s how a typical week will look like during the journey

Live sessions

2-3 live sessions each week. Each session is of about 2-3 hours. Preceding to the live sessions you’ll have your doubt clearing sessions. 

All the sessions are conducted online. 


Assignments are given are each session/module. Code files you directly commit to Git.

Submitted assignments are individually reviewed.

Self study

Not every challenge in the real world will match the case studies you will get to work on here. Problem statements/assignments/projects during this journey will demand you to do your own research and study.

Peer learning

Peer learning is critical to stay motivated. Peer reviews, getting challenged, debating over a possible solution are all important and immensely valuable aspects.

We will have small groups the composition of which, changes every week. You get to work on assignments and projects together and learn from each other.

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