This Week's Top Five Serverless Tweets
I’d like to take a moment to point out some of my favorite things that have come across my Twitter timeline in the last week, if you’d like to see more follow Stackery on twitter!
Not a week goes by that Yan Cui doesn’t have some insight for us all
It’s so important to emphasize how esoteric AWS can be — even at the entry level of knowing WHAT it is.
I was in a conversation with a successful small business owner. Her company uses an MSP for IT. Asked why she didn't use AWS, she was blown away that Amazon provided IT services. Her perspective on how Amazon sells things at scale with margin, including IT, was insightful.— Keith Townsend (@CTOAdvisor) February 12, 2020
Great insights here from Tim Wagner, a trailblazer in serverless and a member of Stackery’s board:
Public #cloud adoption has been one of THE most transformative IT changes in the last 20 years. ☁— Jefferson Frank ☁️ (@_JeffersonFrank) February 12, 2020
We spoke to #serverless expert and inventor of #AWS Lambda, @timallenwagner, to get his thoughts on the evolution of the #publiccloud: https://t.co/uCH2FTUCrp pic.twitter.com/4Un5Q3VwMJ
This whole thread is awesome, but Tom’s comment is particularly endearing. It’s also a great reminder of Farrah Campbell’s advice to people interested in joining tech: join a community early to advance faster, have more of an impact, and be a part of quality inside jokes.
One of the things I like about the serverless community is it reminds me of the early days of the DevOps community where there was just a lot of little weird in jokes.— Tom McLaughlin - Serverless Lifestyle Brand (@tmclaughbos) February 12, 2020
And finally this warm and fuzzy post from Ryan, who joins Stackery this week:
This week marks the start of a journey I spent the last decade building towards.— Ryan Coleman (@ryanycoleman) February 12, 2020
I’ve started with @stackeryio to help lead their engineering team and bring my enterprise IT product skillset to their mission in helping developers do more with less through serverless.