Greetings readers!

Welcome to this week's edition of our newsletter! We've got a fascinating lineup for you to dive into, with links to interesting reads that are sure to pique your curiosity.

First up, we have a revolutionary technology that allows you to build secure-by-design applications that can Trust Data-in-Motion. Ockam enables you to orchestrate end-to-end encryption, cryptographic identities, mutual authentication and authorization policies, all between distributed applications – at massive scale. Don't miss out on this game-changing technology!

Next in the lineup, we have a great read that's sure to get all you tech enthusiasts excited: I built the same Web Server in 5 languages. The author of this post takes us on a journey to build a web server in various programming languages and shares their insights on how each language performs. This is a fascinating read that will surely broaden your tech horizon!

We're always on the lookout for new and innovative programming languages, and Rust is a language that has definitely caught our attention. Rust for Windows is an article that delves into the world of Rust and shows how it can be used to build high-performance, high-reliability system-level code on Windows. If you're new to Rust, this is a great place to start exploring its many possibilities.

Have you ever wondered how you can build a WebAssembly module for an AudioWorkletProcessor? Look no further because we've got you covered! How I used wasm-pack to build a WebAssembly module for an AudioWorkletProcessor is a fascinating post that shows you how to easily build your own WebAssembly module using wasm-pack.

Last but not least, we have the Core implementation of the Cedar language. Cedar is a statically-typed, managed language that is designed for building robust and efficient software. In this post, we explore the core implementation of Cedar and demonstrate how it can be used to create reliable and high-performance software.

That’s it from us this week! We hope you enjoy reading and learning from these featured links as much as we did. Stay tuned for more interesting reads next week. Till then, happy reading!


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