Denis Kolodin has been developing high-loaded network applications for more than 12 years. He has mastered and used different kind of programming languages like C, Java, Python and even Go for developing various applications from high-frequency trading robots to IPTV broadcasting servers. Now he enjoys creating peer-to-peer networking applications inspired by distributed systems based on a blockchain. He started using Rust way back when version 1.0 was released and was delighted with features the programming language provided: zero-cost abstractions, safe multithreading, high-precision async programming and WebAssembly support. He is the core developer of Yew, a modern Rust framework inspired by Elm and React JS for creating multithreaded frontend apps with WebAssembly He writes full-stack apps in Rust at his job and is known for his unique problem-solving capabilities when it comes to Rust.