Rust developers survey
We are interested in learning how exactly Rust and C/C++ ecosystems coexist. That’s why we’d like to learn from Rust developers about their experience and best practices with C and C++ code in their Rust code base. We would appreciate it if you could take 5 minutes to fill out a survey.
The data will be used internally to further develop JetBrains Rust tools and their positioning in the ecosystem. We might publish some anonymized summaries later on our website, blog, twitter, or other outlets.
We’ll hold a raffle where selected participants will receive Amazon gift cards or 1-year personal licenses for the JetBrains All Products Pack.
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