Hi, my name is Allan Mang’eni, and I am a Software Engineer based in Nairobi, Kenya. My interests are in Blockchain, and I’m passionate about contributing to Bitcoin.
Smart contracts on Bitcoin. The article covered how developers can write smart contracts on Bitcoin through the Stacks network, Drivechains, and Taproot. Bitcoin is one of the most Decentralized and secure networks compared to other networks, and the story gives insights on how Developers can make Bitcoin scalable by unlocking smart contract capabilities.
I am not limited to writing similar topics. I also write about the learning curve for developers, Technical documentation for various Web 2.0 frameworks, and much more.
I don’t have a perfect routine but hopefully, I wish to write 3-4 stories per month from next year. Currently, I write based on my experiences and learning curve in the Tech space.
Imposter Syndrome. I struggle with doubts on whether I am good enough to write about certain complex topics, but I have learned to separate feelings from the facts that I am good enough.
Being a contributor to Bitcoin Core. I hope to be able to make Bitcoin more scalable by bringing in new Bitcoin Improvement proposals.
Haha, I listen to heavy metal a lot, something people find Cringeworthy in my country.
Yes, I play the Guitar and enjoy Travelling.
I want to continue writing more about Bitcoin. I want to encourage more developers to contribute and build their stacks on Bitcoin.
It was a pleasure! Looking forward to contributing more to Hackernoon.