Hi Mike! You took a big step just by setting up your career goals. Congratulations! The best way to be hired is to be noticed by your future employer, and the best way to be noticed is to be known for your contributions to the community. So start sharing what you know about Rust today: create your blog, write at dev.to, answer questions on StackOverflow, etc. Also, you should contribute to the Rust language. Many issues on Github are questions or can be solved without coding, these issues are a good starting point. Also, take a look at this site:
Hello! Those are some very good ideas. I wasn't aware about some of the GitHub issues being questions, I had just figured it wasn't worth looking at contributing until I knew a bit more about the language haha
Thanks for the response!
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