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Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 - Serverless Hits the Big Time in Berlin
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | November 21, 2019

Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 - Serverless Hits the Big Time in Berlin
I never thought that this would be my life. For more than a year, I’ve been talking to individual customers and getting inspired by their stories, challenges, and goals. Now, I have the spectacular opportunity to meet entire conference rooms of people who are excited to hear about my story, challenges, and goals. This is my time to give back to...
Two Stackery Superstars Named AWS Serverless Heroes
Tim Zonca

Tim Zonca | November 12, 2019

Two Stackery Superstars Named AWS Serverless Heroes
It’s been a great couple of months at Stackery. Since coming on as CEO earlier this year, I’ve been impressed with how much our team gets done and their contributions to making the serverless development experience easier and more reliable. I want to take a moment to recognize two of our amazing Stackerinos who were recognized by AWS recently w...
What's in a serverless developer's environment?
Nica Fee

Nica Fee | November 04, 2019

What's in a serverless developer's environment?
I often get asked what software tools are ideal for a serverless developer. I like being asked for my tooling preferences as much as the next developer gal, but when you break it down, this particular question is flawed. Serverless is, after all, about using a massive suite of platform tools to let you do minimal management. A smart-mouthed kid...
60x faster development with the inventor of AWS Lambda
Team Stackery

Team Stackery | October 29, 2019

60x faster development with the inventor of AWS Lambda
How the inventor of AWS Lambda built their latest stack 60x faster ServerlessConf NY this past October was an important milestone for those of us tracking how software is built on cloud services. . We’ve seen the serverless talks evolve from “what is serverless” to “I built a weird thing” to “We built a new business” to “We refactored a lega...
Can’t-miss Serverless Sessions for re:Invent 2019
Nica Fee

Nica Fee | October 14, 2019

Can’t-miss Serverless Sessions for re:Invent 2019
re:Invent is more than a month away but there have already been some great guides for the event, and many of them focus on serverless. With AWS Lambda as one of the top technology keywords for this year’s event, there are many sessions to sift through – Here are some of my favorites. The Power of Serverless for Transforming Careers and Communi...
Stackery Welcomes Tim Wagner, Inventor of AWS Lambda, to Board of Directors
Tim Zonca

Tim Zonca | October 08, 2019

Stackery Welcomes Tim Wagner, Inventor of AWS Lambda, to Board of Directors
In new and quickly-expanding fields like serverless, long-standing experts are few and far between. I am excited to welcome Tim Wagner, the original leader of the serverless movement, to the Stackery Board of Directors. Tim spent six years at Amazon Web Services as the General Manager of AWS Lambda, where he oversaw the team that built the succ...
Announcing the Stackery Partner Program
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | October 01, 2019

Announcing the Stackery Partner Program
Stackery has launched a partner program currently centered around Systems Integrators. Here’s why. You’ve heard it before: serverless is no longer a vague concept peppered across conference keynotes for intrigue. In late 2019 real software developers and their teams are using serverless architecture and many companies have publicly endorsed t...
The Secret Lives of Failed Amazon SQS Messages
Danielle Heberling

Danielle Heberling | September 16, 2019

The Secret Lives of Failed Amazon SQS Messages
A common pattern in serverless architecture is to have a queue before a function. This is great because you can create a second queue for all of the messages that failed in the function execution (or, if we want to put it in terms that don’t sound like we’re aggressively shaming them, we can classify them as having “encountered an error at some ...

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