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I feel learning Rust needs functional programming experience, being coming from C background I am facing difficulty in solving problems rust way.
I would like to learn rust by contributing to the open source code, for now can you please recommend some rust projects where I can contribute as a beginner?
I am also interested in embedded systems, what's the plan to support micro-controllers like ARM cortexM3 and friends? Is anybody is doing work on this?
What is your personal vision for Rust in 10 years? I'd love to hear a few random interesting personal highlights from what you hope or envision the Rust language or ecosystem looking like 10 years from now in 2028. Specialty, language feature, adoption pattern, notable success story, however you envision it!