The Rust programming language is a statically typed language that has risen in popularity due to its performance and memory safety. If you’re interested in learning Rust, here are some short tutorials with which you can try out the language: How I Start Rust A half-hour to learn Rust Learn Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists Write Your First Program with the Rust Language The Rust Programming Language book (often called “The Book”) is also available for free online.
fd is a “simple, fast, and user-friendly alternative to find". This neat tool offers a more intuitive syntax for finding files and operating on them. The author wrote fd in Rust. Thus, it’s quite fast. Let’s say we want to find all mp3 files in a directory. With find, you have to do something like this: find -name "*.mp3" fd looks simpler: fd -e mp3 Here’s an example command that converts all jpg files to png files: