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The Lazy Programmer’s Guide to Web Scrapers
Anna Spysz

Anna Spysz | March 21, 2019

The Lazy Programmer’s Guide to Web Scrapers

I am a proud lazy programmer. This means that if I can automate a task, I will absolutely do it. Especially if it means I can avoid doing the same thing more than o...
Injection Attacks: Protecting Your Serverless Functions
Garrett Gillas

Garrett Gillas | February 28, 2019

Injection Attacks: Protecting Your Serverless Functions

Security is Less of a Problem with Serverless but Still Critical While trying to verify the claims made on a somewhat facile rundown of serverless security threats,...
Cloud-Side Development For All with Stackery's Free Tier
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | February 26, 2019

Cloud-Side Development For All with Stackery's Free Tier

New Pricing & Free Tier Today, I’m thrilled to announce our new free tier and pricing model for teams adopting modern serverless application development. I beli...
Lambda@Edge: Why Less is More
Nuatu Tseggai

Nuatu Tseggai | February 21, 2019

Lambda@Edge: Why Less is More

Lambda@Edge is a compute service that allows you to write JavaScript code that executes in any of the 150+ AWS edge locations making up the Amazon CloudFront content...
Using Curiosity To Find Your Best Self
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | February 13, 2019

Using Curiosity To Find Your Best Self

As Stackery’s Ecosystems Director, a huge part of my work revolves around meeting new people and developing relationships with them for the good of our company. I lo...
The Anatomy of a Serverless App
Toby Fee

Toby Fee | February 11, 2019

The Anatomy of a Serverless App

Serverless has, for the last year or so, felt like an easy term to define: code run in a highly managed environment with (almost) no configuration of the underlying ...
A Greater Gatsby: Modern, Static-Site Generation
Toby Fee

Toby Fee | February 04, 2019

A Greater Gatsby: Modern, Static-Site Generation

Gatsby is currently generating a ton of buzz as the new hot thing for generating static sites. This has lead to a number of frequent questions like: A static…wha...
Creating Cognito User Pools with CloudFormation
Matthew Bradburn

Matthew Bradburn | January 31, 2019

Creating Cognito User Pools with CloudFormation

I’ve been working on creating AWS Cognito User Pools in CloudFormation, and thought this would be a good time to share some of what I’ve learned. As an overview of ...

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