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Oloruntobi Awoderu
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Feb 10, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Improving type safety in PostgreSQL with Slonik

Oloruntobi Awoderu Passionate software engineer thriving on product-oriented and efficient solutions to problems that aid people in their everyday lives.

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One Reply to "Improving type safety in PostgreSQL with Slonik"

  1. This article started out great and was following along nicely but it lost it’s way around the endpoints creation and felt really rushed from there to the end.

    Thanks for writing anyhow but yeah I’ve had to abandon it since it wasn’t clear on the imports around dotenv and jwt tokens. Shame really

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