How to Write 200 Lines of YAML in 1 Minute
Last month, our CTO Chase wrote about why you should stop YAML engineering. I completely agree with his thesis, though for slightly different reasons. As a new developer, I’ve grasped that it’s crucial to learn and do just what you need and nothing more - at least when you’re just getting started in your career.
Now, I’m all about learning for learning’s sake - I have two now-useless liberal arts degrees that prove that. However, when it comes to being a new developer, it’s very easy to get overwhelmed by all of the languages and frameworks out there, and get caught in paralysis as you jump from tutorial to tutorial and end up not learning anything very well. I’ve certainly been there - and then I decided to just get good at the tools I’m actually using for work, and learn everything else as I need it.
So if a tool allows me to develop serverless apps without having to learn YAML, I’m all for that. Luckily, that’s exactly what Stackery does, as you can see in the video below: