Solomon Esenyi

  Python/Golang developer and Technical Writer with a passion for open-source, cryptography, and serverless technologies.


18 Stories by Solomon Esenyi

Create and manage windows in your Rust app with Winit

Winit is versatile and cross-platform, making the library a must-have in your Rust platform development arsenal.
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Build an application with Node.js and PouchDB

In this article, you will create a simple bookstore API with CRUD functionality using Node.js, Express.js, and PouchDB.
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How to build a blockchain with Go

This tutorial aims to teach you how blockchains work by guiding you through building one from scratch with Go.
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Best GUI frameworks for Go

This article aims to overview popular third-party GUI development packages in Go and compare each Go framework.
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Go migration guide: Node.js, Python, and Rust

This article will serve as an overview of Go migration for Rust, Node.js, and the Python programming language.
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Leverage Go workspaces for multi-module local development

In this article, we will explore what Go workspaces are and the various use cases you can explore with the workspaces feature.
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Best methods for unzipping files in Node.js

Learn the best methods for zipping and unzipping files in Node.js using the decompress, adm-zip, zlib, unzipper, and jszip packages.
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Swift vs. Rust: Comparison guide

Apple built Swift to replace Objective-C and the Mozilla Foundation built Rust as a substitute for C++ for writing memory-safe code.
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Comparing Rust and Nim

Rust and Nim have many similarities and differences in aspects of design, syntax, use cases, and more, making them viable alternatives for one another.
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Integrating MongoDB into Go applications

Learn how to integrate MongoDB into Go applications using the official MongoDB Go driver, which also supports working with Go structs.
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Exploring Carbon, the new superset of C++

Carbon is an open source, statically-typed, compiled programming language initially built by Google to succeed C++. and offering developers modern programming practices.
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The state of Rust GUI libraries

Developers have used Rust for things, including building GUIs. You can use many packages and crates to develop fast, complex GUI applications in Rust.
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