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Let’s make The Coolest Distributed Applications and Services

As developers, we can join with “FAANG” (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google), one of our wanted dreams to achieve. Maybe some people around us already got that ticket, but not a few of them are still trying to get that “golden ticket.” We can get many benefits by joining one of that “Big Five” Tech companies, one of which is the latest technology in this era. Wondering how they can manage an extensive scale application with almost zero downtime makes all developers want more to join their team.

FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google)

If you want…

“What new technology does is create new opportunities to do a job that customers want done.” — Tim O’Reilly

Since the 20th century, Web Development has been growing so fast. Start from Hypertext in 1969; and then HTML-HTTP; until one of the famous Web Programming Language, PHP in 1994; Javascript in 1996; and continued growing until 2013, Facebook founded the Second Most Popular Web Framework, React, based on Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2020.

To defeat the traditional technology, such as Vue, Angular, React, or Amber; Svelte comes to beat them. Svelte was founded in 2016 by Rich Harris. Svelte…

Write it once, and it always there when you need it…

In In last month’s blog, we talk about writing the first our Rust code, “Hello, world!”, like newbies usually do. Inside that program, we used one Macros to print our “Hello, world!”. Do you wonder how Rust print that statement? Don’t need to be discombobulated!! Let’s discuss it in this Blog.

First, What are Macros in Rust?!

Macros are a way in Rust that can help us write other code. For the Developer community, they knew this method as meta-programming. Meta-programming is very helpful to us when we code a bunch of lines and use…

“Wondering if there is a programming language that is as fast as C/C++ and as safe as Ruby/Python, it would be beyond perfection…”

Based on Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2020, The Most Loved programming language was achieved by Rust. Since its launch in 2010, Rust has stolen the attention of the developer’s community with its superiority.

Rust is an open-source programming language focused on safety, speed, and concurrency. With Rust, you can write faster, more reliable software.

The first appearance of Rust was on July 7, 2010. It was created by Graydon Hoare and sponsored by Mozilla Research. Back in 2010, Graydon Hoare presented work on Rust, and he hoped Rust would become a “Memory Safety and More Concurrency” programming language. One of…

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