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prerequisites
basic Rust • basic Docker • experienced programming skills
skills learned
implement a RESTful web service in Rust • write a secure Rust program
Kamran Amini
3 weeks · 6-8 hours per week · INTERMEDIATE
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In this liveProject, you’ll use the Rust programming language to develop a two-step verification system for authentication service. You’ve decided to work in Rust because it runs without memory issues, it’s data race free, and provides safe concurrency.


Your client’s employees work on different operating systems, so your verification system needs to function on Mac, Linux, and Windows. To complete this system, you’ll need to develop a RESTful service as its core backend, and then write a Rust client that is going to be called by Linux as part of its authentication process. Finally, you’ll use Rust to develop Admin and verification clients, write a thin layer of C code as a PAM module, and configure Linux to use the PAM module in its authentication pipeline.

This project is designed for learning purposes and is not a complete, production-ready application or solution.

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project author

Kamran Amini
Kamran Amini is a senior professional specializing in embedded and kernel development. He has worked for numerous Iranian well-known companies as a senior engineer, architect, consultant, and CTO. In 2017, he moved to Europe to work as a senior architect and engineer for highly reputable companies such as Jeppesen, Adecco, TomTom, and ActiveVideo Networks. While residing in Amsterdam, he worked on his first book, Extreme C. His main areas of interest are computation theory, distributed systems, machine learning, information theory, and quantum computation. Parallel to his professional career, he is studying Astronomy and Planetary sciences. His academic areas of interest are related to the development of the early universe, the geometry of black holes, quantum field theory, and string theory.

prerequisites

This liveProject is for confident web developers interested in learning Rust or upgrading their Rust skills with a challenging real-world project. To begin this liveProject, you will need to be familiar with the following:


TOOLS
  • Basic Rust
  • Basic C
  • Basic Docker and containerization
  • Experienced in using Git and GitHub
TECHNIQUES
  • Basic C/C++ development skills
  • C/C++ building pipelines

you will learn

In this liveProject, you’ll develop an industry-grade understanding of Rust and how it excels at common development tasks.


  • Key factors and best practices to design and implement a RESTful web service in Rust
  • Write a secure Rust program which connects to and consumes a RESTful web server
  • Designing a secure authentication module for Linux and basically how Linux PAM-based authentication works
  • Calling a Rust function from C or C++ code (FFI)

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