Safe software with Rust
The quickly rising adoption by major tech companies is a straightforward consequence of Rust's long list of advantages. It is reliable, has incredible tooling, runs anywhere and integrates easily with C, to name a few.
We are on a mission to introduce as many premier technology companies to Rust as we can, whether you want to start gently by exploring Rust with a talk or a workshop, or you seek to jump-start your Rust development.
Whether you're writing cloud services or low-level code, we can help you explore what Rust can do for your projects. We offer introductory talks, off-the-shelf or tailor-made workshops and can help you judge potential risks and gains carefully.More on workshops
We offer flexible team augmentation options that accelerate your Rust or Rust Embedded development. Strengthen your team by bringing in Rust expertise and train your team members on the job.More on team augmentation
What iHub has to say
Rust gives me the peace of mind to bring new developers in quickly, even in critical projects. That is because Rust’s language features and tools prevent subtle problems that for example, a developer in C++ needs years to master.
Bernard van Gastel
Head of iHub at Radboud University
Why we love Rust
“Learning Rust made me a better programmer; in any language.”
That's what expert developers say. Undoubtedly Rust's most beautiful compliment. We couldn't agree more.
Blogs en cases waarmee je onze praktijkervaring kunt beoordelen
We introduced Rust at Lightyear and currently provide team augmentation services. As part of the dev team we develop the Lightyear Core Platform in Rust, the cloud hosted platform that connects customers, vehicles and backend systems.
Rust in space
We consulted the French company GAMA Space on Embedded Rust, and provide team augmentation services. GAMA works on solar sailing to enable deep space exploration and choose Rust as their core technology to ensure maximal reliability of their software systems.
Implementing the Network Time Protocol (NTP) in Rust
Pay it forward
Rust is open-source and was created by an awesome community. Through our membership of the Rust Foundation we want to give back, but we also want to help others start with Rust.
Are you a university or other non-profit based in the Netherlands, that wants to use or teach Rust? We offer a limited number of free and low-cost introductions and workshops. Contact us if you're interested!