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Look no further! Rust, the language that has been steadily gaining popularity since its introduction in 2010, is the one of our main expertees. Rust has become the 14th most popular programming language and its user base has tripled in just 24 months to reach 2.2 million. But what really sets Rust apart is its community of developers who love using it. According to the 2022 StackOverflow Developer survey, 87% of developers already using the language love it. So, if you're looking to hire top-notch Rust developers, Rollout IT can help you find the right talent.



Rust is an advanced programming language that is beneficial to build tech applications that align with modern Information Technology (IT) architecture requirements. More and more companies choose Rust for its beneficial use:

Rust is a highly performant language. And that speed is stable, which means it keeps the performance without drops. In contrast, The language "Go" is also fast, but it has performance spikes because of a technology called "the garbage collector." Rust uses special borrowing rules that eliminate the need for a garbage collector. Discord (the popular chat application) switched to Rust from Go because of the unpredictable performance drops Go had.

Computer programs need temporary data storage for computation. Memory allocation is when the program asks the OS for space like: "give me 5Mibs of RAM, please", so I can store my pizza recipes there.In languages like C and C++, allocations and deallocations are manual tasks. It's easy to mess up memory (de)allocations. So C and C++ programs tend to have memory-related bugs."Segmentation fault" is one of those bugs. It is a hard error that causes the software to stop immediately without signs about where it is coming from. Memory leaks are the other common type of memory bug. These are not errors, but they increasingly consume the computer's memory until it gets unusable. Both bugs are so hard to debug that even Linux considered having Rust drivers in their codebase.In javascript, the allocations and deallocations are automatic and implicit, so it's safe from segmentation faults as you don't forget to initialize the memory. Moreover, you can't deallocate it too early. However, it's easy to create memory leaks because you don't know when it deallocates the memory because of its implicitness.In contrast, Rust's memory allocation and deallocation are both automatic and explicit, meaning you won't forget them, but you will know the point of destruction (deallocation).

Rust backends are tiny. They consume less CPU and less memory than, for example, a Node.js service. Scaling is a good solution for handling more requests than a single Node.js instance can, but it is expensive. You can also scale rust services, which requires fewer running instances of a service.

Compared to Node.js, where the ecosystem is polluted with inconsistent packages[1] and follows wrong conventions, Rust is much more pleasing. It achieves this by having an excelling standard library[2] that unifies common utilities and external packages through an extensive trait[3] system.Rust also shines at its toolings, e.g., the package manager, the linter, or the formatter. It's a modern language with modern tooling.The learning material is also excelling. The language team maintains books separately for different levels of knowledge. You can also ask any questions on Discord and other platforms.It's our programming language. Everybody is allowed to contribute to the language. It's undoubtedly going forward. It's so well-built that one can introduce breaking changes without breaking any existing Rust project.

[1] packages/libraries: Reusable software components.
[2] standard library: The standard library is the library coming with the language. No need to install it.
[3] traits: An interface or a description of abilities that one can use without knowing its underlying code.

Compiling[1] programs is usually painful because it is done on the target platforms directly. If you intend to make your software compatible with multiple platforms, you compile the software separately on each platform.With Rust, you can "cross-compile" to those platforms. For example, you can compile a Windows EXE and Apple's DMG file from Linux. Since DevOps[2] tools usually run Linux, it is a huge plus.[1]: compilation: When you write a Rust program, you translate it for the CPU so that it can understand.[2]: automatized tasks that save time for developers.

Rust is safe from common memory-related security bugs, like number overflows. This security makes it even more pleasing for kernel development.

Parallel programming is one of the hardest things in computer science. Web servers utilize it because it is necessary to serve multiple clients simultaneously, as it allows the server to handle multiple requests concurrently. Incorrectly dealing with race conditions can lead to errors like reading during writing. Rust captures these errors compile time. So it doesn't even generate an executable until you fix the issue.

We usually mark non-existing data with nulls. Languages like js, c#, c++, c, and java let you use data without checking whether it is null or something meaningful. If you don't verify the existence of data, it causes errors like the NullPointerException. Sometimes it acts as if it had data, but what's there is the leftover memory waste from earlier programs.Rust achieves null safety by limiting functions to return with only a single type. So if a rust function returns something, it will never return nothing. You can combine the two as SomethingAndNothing, but then you are forced to check which one is the actual data.

Rust lets you place code examples into docs, which act as test cases. This way, these parts never get outdated.

In small projects, implicitness is beneficial for fewer lines of code. In larger projects, implicitness becomes a disadvantage, and the need for explicitness grows. Rust encourages writing code explicitly from the start, so extending it later won't be a considerable effort, and because of the explicit typing system, we need less documentation.


What was the project about?
It is a mindmap solution being able to connect any kind of objects, including images, emails, browser links and visualization tools. It's layered and it gives a very visual way of organizing things in space. Their key challenge was going full web, to become truly global and platform-independent.
Why Rust?
To bypass the normal layout engine of the browser, they need a technology that runs very fast. We went with Web Assembly, a fairly new technology, but not many languages that are very good to compile into Web Assembly. Rust seemed a good choice, that could leverage web browser technologies. Additionally, we you need to build the thing from scratch, you might as well go with new technologies that are picking up and very interesting.
Rollout IT’s role
A Rollout IT developer and RUST enthusiast’s contribution is helping Relate to basically kind of ‘bypass’ the normal web.
After 1 year of active collaboration now Relate Space is available to use on web. They also gave us a very positive feedback on our clutch profile: “Rollout IT proactively helped us build a new product from scratch, and they used their expertise to deliver a fast-loading system with a dependable UX — those were our two primary success metrics for their work. They generally had impressive coding skills that led to quality and almost bug-free solutions.”
What was the project about?
The product is a dynamic reverse auction software: the buyers attending on 1 minutes long auctions by competing against each other to gain as much discount on the constantly dropping price BUT to win you must be the very frist bidder, because only the first bidder wins.
It is a large scale auction site being able to manage hundreds of tousends of buyser at the same time, who usually pressing the BUY button with a tiny time difference… this results spikes on the backend which must be nicely handled.
Why Rust?
The backend of the software needs to handle a lot of “Buy Now” event happening almost at the same time as well as publishing the state change of the auction to notify buyers about the single winner.
Rust was a good choice to build a mictroservice backend system handling these spikes easily and managing the concurrency with safety and in a very simple manner.
    So eventually a mid-size Rust microsevice backend has been built for services such us:
  • Commission fee handling
  • Auction state change handling
  • Cleanup of old passed data after a while
  • Shared service components
  • The backend has extremely good stress testing results and high level of stability - thanks to Rust.
    Rollout IT’s role
    2 Rust developers joined to maintain the code and build new features to the existing software.
    Rollout IT and Dropit started to work together since January 2023 and in this time we already scaled up our Rust team to be able to fulfill clients needs.
    What was the project about?
    We created the “smart central StrongNode authentication site” (https://id.strongnode.io/) for SSO to integrate into all the products of the company. Because it is all about crypto,  KYC was part of this site with a custom-made AI and payment solution - so don’t get us wrong, we didn’t build a simple password login with Rust ;)On an SSO login site, you want to limit the maximum number of trials - let’s take this as an example how we built a simple Rust backend service.
    Why Rust?
    The primary backend was deployed to run on 12 independent instances, and the limit handling was a separate service, which must handle the limit consistently.So to handle the concurrent requests - which might be challenging in other languages - Rust really shines at how simple it is to implement concurrency with safety.At the end of the day, it was a short service of a concurrent storage, specialized to manage limits. Utilizing the 2 public commands: “ACCESS limitType userId” for increasing the access counter if possible and “RESET limitType userId” for resetting the counter.
    It was very very fast and an optimal, scalable, safe and robost solution to the problem
    Rollout IT’s role
    A small team of Rollout IT with Rust, Typescript, Node expertise carried the whole authentication flow, including this limiter service, the KYC, AI and so on..
    At the end we managed to get security measures across distributed systems in an efficient way.

    We hosted several Rust webinars

    We are so enthusiastic about this prospecting new language
    so that we also started to share our knowledge about Rust online.


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    Rollout IT proactively helped us build a new product from scratch, and they used their expertise to deliver a fast-loading system with a dependable UX — those were our two primary success metrics for their work.
    David Foley
    founder, relate


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