This week has been about Deno, SQLite in Rust, GraphQL, JSON alternatives, NFTs and a comment system.
A book on how Deno works.
A series aiming to unserstand how SQLite works by writting a clone in Rust.
An article showcasing how Netflix uses GraphQL for prototyping services with a enterpise data architecture lens.
The narrative of having a single graph for the whole enterprise is far from new, but it might be more successful than the RDF, SPARQL, Linked Data fragments pile of complexity. Or, a step towards the promised land of flexibility that Linked Data has been aiming to provide since forever.
The Principled GraphQL is a good complementary read.
An article exploring an alternative format to JSON using control characters instead of braces and commas. A fun read!
A widget built on top of Github issues to add a comment system in your website.
An article explaining what are NFTs, fungibe digital assets and more. Spoiler: blockchain rabbithole.