I gave a talk at Djangocon earlier this week on Angular 2 and Django REST – not so much an intro to Angular 2 (you can go through a tutorial for that), but talking about why Angular 2 is something to pay attention to, plus looking at how you might use Angular 2 and a […]
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Found a curious thing today, while messing with Lambda. I was looking at some data that (among other things) logs the config for the node process (process.config), and saw something interesting. Hi, Scott! If you want to see this yourself, create a simple lambda function that logs the process config: ‘use strict’; exports.handler = (event, context, […]
It only took 9 months between an alpha release (the first mention on Twitter was in October), lots of edits (shoutouts to Katya and Christopher especially for their fantastic help!), re-reads, and completely changing publishing platforms, but it’s out! It’s not so different from the alpha, except for the part where it’s finished! 😉 Buy […]
I’ve recently started working often with AWS Lambda, one of the many providers you can use to do “serverless” programming, that is, writing apps without running your own infrastructure (if you want a quick overview of the “serverless” paradigm, there’s a nice one over here). The AWS Lambda documentation leaves something to be desired (as mocked […]
This past week, I’ve conducted six free interview coaching sessions with developers. I offered the 30-minute sessions to subscribers to my list (you can get on that, if you want to be in the loop next time), and used Calendly to schedule the times. Why offer the sessions? I’ve given lots of interview advice (and […]