Join us for this 4-week program designed to connect you with some of the top minds in the field to aid your understanding and help you serverless with confidence using Stackery.
Join Stackery's CTO, Chase Douglas, AWS Startup Partner Solutions Architect AM Grobelny, and AWS Senior Developer Advocate Eric Johnson as they kick off the Serverless Summer School series with a local debugging workshop. The gang will address the frustrations of developers attempting to locally debug Lambda functions by proposing a smoother workflow using various AWS tooling options. They will also show how the Stackery CLI consolidates those options for developers setting up and debugging serverless apps. Follow along through the example of setting up a simple serverless application— with banter, to boot!
The first part of the comprehensive Wild Rydes simple serverless application workshop. This session will also cover common topics for building serverless applications like secrets management and user authentication, authorization, and management.
The second part of the comprehensive Wild Rydes simple serverless application workshop. This session will also cover common topics for building serverless applications like secrets management and user authentication, authorization, and management.
Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is a cloud-based email sending service designed to help digital marketers and application developers send marketing, notification, and transactional emails. This introductory course will teach you the basics of setting up a serverless SES while sharpening the skills you learned in the Wild Rydes workshop.
In API Gateway, you can create a WebSocket API as a frontend for an AWS service like Lambda or for an HTTP endpoint. A WebSocket API supports bidirectional communication between clients and applications. The final week of Serverless Summer School will get you up and running with Websockets using Stackery.
Chase is the co-founder and CTO at Stackery and an experienced software engineering leader. Prior to guiding team Stackery and helping customers write functions, not YAML, Chase was a member of the senior leadership team at IMMUNIO and held various software team management positions at New Relic. Chase also held positions at Canonical and IBM.
“AM” is a Startup Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services. During his time at AWS, AM has also served as a Senior Technical Evangelist. In both roles, his focus has been on guiding and assisting software developers of all kinds. Previously, AM was a professional educator so his knack for teaching in a hands-on and effective way serves him well at AWS and on projects like Serverless Summer School. Previously, AM held positions at Box, Vollusion LLC, SmartVault, and more.
Eric is a Senior Developer Advocate at AWS where he helps spread the AWS serverless story “one developer at a time.” He is also a certified cloud architect specializing in DevOps, serverless, automation, development, and training on AWS. His passion for keeping pace with new cloud technologies and sharing that knowledge aids him in his long career of public speaking, cloud evangelism, and software architecture at Rackspace, Showpitch, and other companies.
Sam is the Vice President of Engineering at Stackery. He has worked in web development and software engineering since 2005, across boutique agency and large tech company environments. At Stackery, his guidance across the entire organization results in a high-output team focused on building an incredible product. Prior to joining Stackery at the ground level, Sam worked at New Relic for nearly 6 years as a Senior Engineering Manager and Director of Engineering for the company’s infrastructure platform. He has also held engineering positions at AboutUs, BeezWax Data Tools, and WestEd
Experience cloudside development with Stackery – select and configure services, develop Lambdas locally against live AWS services and manage your serverless apps from pipeline to production.