Cassandra Bailey, CEO of Slice Communications, discusses how to successfully shift your digital communications strategy to stay ‘top of mind’ during a pandemic and beyond.
“Traditional” deployment patterns separate the application from its infrastructure. Lambda deployments turn this model on its head, binding the infrastructure tightly to the running code. This can be a challenge, especially when developing in a team: it is all too easy for one developer to accidentally overwrite another’s work. In this post I look at several deployment options, and how they impact a development team.
Andrea Goulet, Co-Founder of Corgibytes, discusses Empathy-Driven Development: a framework for the skillful, concrete application of empathy on development teams.
Amy Cliett, Director of TechGirlz & WITS, talks with Tracey Welson-Rossman about the lessons learned pivoting these two in-person organizations to virtual.
Tracey Welson-Rossman sits down with Sowmya Gottipati, VP of Estee Lauder, Global Brand Technology, to talk about the iconic beauty brand’s innovations in AR & AI.
In my last post, I looked at how you could package your Lambda as a Docker image. In this post, I show how you can use the base Amazon images to build a “traditional” Lambda and ensure that it has libraries that are appropriate for the Lambda runtime environment.
It’s important to have a deep understanding of connectivity demands before committing budget or resources to hardware design. Here are five basic steps to keep in mind when designing an IIoT project.
Time is an illusion. (Albert Einstein) Lunchtime – doubly so. (Douglas Adams) There’s a good chance you’re wearing a watch on your wrist right now, and if you’re not wearing a horologically significant or sentimental time piece you’re probably wearing a smart watch, and if you’re wearing a smart watch it should be a Garmin watch (they did NOT pay me to say this) Garmin watches are awesome. They are rugged, they hold the battery charge for days, some models…
Lambda Container Images were announced at re:Invent 2020, providing a new way to build and deploy Lambda functions. They arrived just in time to solve an annoying build problem for me, so got my attention. And there weren’t any tutorials floating around when I first Googled, so I figured it was worth writing one. But first, let’s get one thing out of the way: Lambda Container Images are not a way to run arbitrary Docker images within the Lambda execution…
Digital transformation became more important than ever in 2020. Here’s the process the Chariot team follows to ensure successful projects.