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Jeremy Daly
AWS Serverless Hero/šŸ„‘ & host of . I build web & open source stuff, blog, speak, and publish every week. CTO
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Jeremy Daly 3m
Hmm, 38 slides in 25 minutes. Strap in , I'm gonna need to talk fast!
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Unfortunately, no. I thought about doing it myself, then realized I had a thousand other things to do to get the podcast up and running. Maybe new ā€œoriginalā€ intro music is in order?
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Replying to @GunnarGrosch
Amazing news!
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Congrats to ! Can't wait to see what the combination of his smooth jazz radio voice and tech-scene rap skills will produce for / education with the full backing of . Something extraordinary is on the horizon.
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Ben Kehoe 8h
Assume all limits in AWS are soft, especially in the data plane, unless you're explicitly told otherwise.
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Jeremy Daly Jan 20
It's important to remember that "best practices" should be a starting point for experimentation. The term "optimization" is highly overloaded. What works well in one situation, may not in another. gives us lots of ways to accomplish the same task, so test everything!
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Jeremy Daly Jan 20
There is some rationale in this doc from AWS as well.
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Jeremy Daly Jan 20
This recent post from explains a bit about this.
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Jeremy Daly Jan 20
Replying to @CheArmstrong
Most of the optimizations for Lambda are not language specific, but rather standard principles that should be applied. With Node, there is the recommendation to minify code and use a tree-shaking algo to remove unnecessary dependencies, minimize I/O, and reduce the package size.
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Jeremy Daly Jan 20
Ever wonder how other companies are implementing and succeeding with ? Check out my conversation with to learn how his team started adopting serverless, built their first microservice, and created an open source tool for migrating Rails apps.
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Tomasz Onyszko Jan 19
Brilliant episode with - not only on but voice and its future, bit of . Go and listen - you will enjoy it:
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Jeremy Daly Jan 19
ISO 8601 is always my go to.
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Jeremy Daly Jan 19
Calling all speakers! The CFP for is open for one more month. Never given a talk before? No problem! We have a mentoring program that will help you share your ideas with our audience. Dropping your Rs is optional. šŸ˜œ
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triggermesh Jan 18
The Serverless Chats Podcast Reflects on the Best of 2019 ā€” A special 50 minute episode of the popular serverless podcast looking back at all the episodes from 2019 and their favorite moments. - with
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Rick Houlihan Jan 17
5 years ago people said it was crazy. 3 years ago they fought against it. Last year we changed the world!
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Forrest Brazeal Jan 17
Saying goodbye to the awesome team at today. Will share exciting $newthing soon. In the meantime, I compiled my learnings into one last blog post. Introducing Legacy Larry and Cloud Carrie:
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Alex DeBrie Jan 17
Bittersweet day for me -- my last one with . Met a lot of great friends here that I'll miss. Not leaving the serverless community though -- I love you all too much. Going to spend more time teaching, training, and consulting on my own. Hit me up if you want to chat
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Jeremy Daly Jan 17
Congrats to the team at !
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Jeremy Daly Jan 16
Replying to @LawrenceHecht
Awesome! Thanks.
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