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AWS ReInvent: Serverless, Stackery, and Corey Quinn of LastWeekInAWS
Abner Germanow

Abner Germanow | November 14, 2018

AWS ReInvent: Serverless, Stackery, and Corey Quinn of LastWeekInAWS
Welcome savvy builder. If you’ve made it to our corner of the Internet and headed to re:invent, you are in the right place. We want you to leave Las Vegas with the savvy to choose how and when to apply the growing menu of serverless capabilities to your initiatives. To help you, we’re sending our serverless-first engineers to Las Vegas with t...
The Case for Minimalist Infrastructure
Garrett Gillas

Garrett Gillas | November 13, 2018

The Case for Minimalist Infrastructure
If your company could grow its engineering organization by 40% without increasing costs, would they do it? If your DevOps team could ship more code and features with fewer people, would they want to? Hopefully, the answer to both of these questions is ‘yes’. At Stackery, we believe in helping people create the most minimal application infrastr...
Stackery Achieves AWS Advanced Technology Partner Status
Garrett Gillas

Garrett Gillas | July 26, 2018

Stackery Achieves AWS Advanced Technology Partner Status
Stackery is excited to announce the company has achieved Advanced Tier Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). Stackery has achieved this recognition by meeting strict quality and accreditation standards for Amazon Web Services partners. What This Means for Stackery Stackery has always been dedicated...
Stackery 2018 Product Updates
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | May 16, 2018

Stackery 2018 Product Updates
Our product engineering team ships every single day. That means Stackery’s product gets better every single day. Stackery engineers commit code into git which marches into our continuous delivery pipeline. We promote each version of our microservices, frontend, and CLI through multiple testing environments, rolling shiny new features into pro...
Building a Reddit Bot with Stackery
Stephanie Baum

Stephanie Baum | January 18, 2018

Building a Reddit Bot with Stackery
I’ve always wanted to build a Reddit bot, however, I didn’t want to go through the hassel of actually setting up cloud based hosting for it to run on. One of the most powerful aspects of serverless architectures is how simple it is to implement a task pipeline. In this case, I created a fully live Reddit bot in about an hour, that scrapes the t...
Previewable Pull Requests
Anna Yovandich

Anna Yovandich | December 03, 2017

Previewable Pull Requests
Reviewing changes in a UI as the result of a pull request is a common occurrence in a development team. This typically involves switching the local working branch to the PR branch, compiling a build, viewing it on localhost, then giving functional/behavioral/visual feedback. There are certainly many solutions to alleviate this context and code...
Deploying with the Stackery CLI
Apurva Jantrania

Apurva Jantrania | November 16, 2017

Deploying with the Stackery CLI
Developing functions for serverless can get pretty tedious. While there are some solutions to developing a function locally, at this time, they are generally limited in scope and capability and all too often you will find yourself needing to iterate in a real stack. This can end up being quite slow, involving a number of steps that each take t...
Easy Slack Integration
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | October 09, 2017

Easy Slack Integration
Slack is an indispensable tool for many organizations. People have found many uses beyond simple chat communication. One prime example is ChatOps, which enables teams of developers to collaboratively communicate and perform ops actions at the same time in a shared tool. We have a new guide demonstrating how to build a SlackBot that receives w...

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