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From Code School to Software Engineer: How I Got to Build the Future of Serverless with Stackery
Jun Fritz

Jun Fritz | September 25, 2018

From Code School to Software Engineer: How I Got to Build the Future of Serverless with Stackery

In 2017, I decided I wanted to become a developer. I felt that a code school could expose some popular trends in the tech industry, so I enrolled in Epicodus. I pick...
How Do You Actually Create a Diverse Team in Tech?
Nicole Blystone

Nicole Blystone | September 19, 2018

How Do You Actually Create a Diverse Team in Tech?

It’s easy to say that you value diversity and inclusivity, and that it’s important that people from all walks of life of represented and heard from in your work envi...
Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 2
Apurva Jantrania

Apurva Jantrania | September 17, 2018

Disaster Recovery in a Serverless World - Part 2

This is part two of a multi-part blog series. In the previous post, we covered Disaster Recovery planning when building serverless applications. In this post, we’ll ...
Empathy Through Observation: A User Testing Reality Check
Anna Yovandich

Anna Yovandich | September 13, 2018

Empathy Through Observation: A User Testing Reality Check

Engineers, by the nature of their work, cannot objectively experience their product like a legitimate user. While busy cranking out new features and pushing the prod...
How to Write 200 Lines of YAML in 1 Minute
Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz | September 11, 2018

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 devel...
Creating Your First AWS RDS Database with Stackery
Nica Fee

Nica Fee | September 10, 2018

Creating Your First AWS RDS Database with Stackery

Once you’ve built your first Lambda, you’ll need a datastore. AWS does have an official instruction guide to help with this, but the official AWS instruction guide ...
Why You Should Stop YAML Engineering
Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas | August 30, 2018

Why You Should Stop YAML Engineering

Here’s some sample JavaScript code: let foo = 5; Do you know register held the value 5 when executing that code? Do you even know what a register is or what are pl...
GitLab + Stackery = Serverless CI/CD <3
Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein | August 28, 2018

GitLab + Stackery = Serverless CI/CD <3

GitLab is a git hosting solution which features a built-in CI/CD pipeline that automates the delivery process. We’ve seen more and more serverless development teams ...

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