AboutLove to work on Networks, Graphics and Cryptography related projects. Primary languages are Rust and Go. Professional job is in writing Backend, Infra related code.
SkillsRust, Go, Networks, CG, Cryptography, Whole bunch of AWS related stuff, Backend development
LocationRoorkee, UK, India
Joined devRant on 8/8/2019
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Today, Someone I am working for asked me to port a REST API to GraphQL.
The REST API response is a JSON containing only 3 fields.
Does it makes sense to even consider porting this to GraphQL?
To be clear, The scope of the project was finished as in, All the features and whatever were already written and there was nothing else to be added to the API.4
If you have a blog, How do you decide what to write and publish on it? And, How do I motivate myself to write posts?
Context: I created my blog/website on 29 September 2017. I had a few ideas on writing blog posts(Condition variables in Go, Serverless related stuff and a whole bunch of posts related to wireguard) but every time I have tried write a post, I learn there is someone else who has already written a post on it and probably better than what I could have done, So what is really the point of writing it? And, I feel very insecure about writing posts, I feel like, If I do write a post, every one will know, I don't know anything about **anything**. :( I know about imposter syndrome, But I don't think I have that. I work with a lot of realllly smart people and I don't know as much as them. So, I am actually an imposter.
edit: I am usually active on Telegram, IRC and I try to help out people. It's easier for me to help people in communities like that but doing the same thing with a blog makes me very uncomfortable.2