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Writing AWS Lambda functions using the Serverless Framework makes it easy to manage dependencies that your functions depend on as far as third-party packages or keeping track of the AWS resources that your service utilizes. The Serverless Framework automates a lot of the resource allocation and packaging of the functions with a CLI tool named … Read More
In my last post I discussed how an artifact server is the best way to publish locally-developed Python packages. In this post, I show you how to set up the AWS CodeArtifact service and use it with pip and Poetry.
Coming from a Java background, I consider the Python development process to be a bit of a mess. The pieces are all there: a central repository for publicly-available packages, a way to install the packages you want, and several ways to run your program with only those packages. But it seems that everybody has a different way to combine those pieces. So when a colleague introduced me to Poetry, my first reaction was “oh great, another tool that solves part of my problem.” But after spending time with it, I don’t want to build Lambdas any other way.
Python turns 30, Chrome 90 is on the horizon, and tech takes on its racist naming conventions. Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia discuss.
In this TechChat, Ken and Becca talk about big changes at Mozilla, the laws of UX, Python for microcontrollers, and the tech that brings them joy.
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract In the last ten years, there have been a number of advancements in the study of Hamiltonian Monte Carlo algorithms that have enabled effective Bayesian statistical computation for much more complicated models than were previously feasible. These … Read More
Dr. Andreas Stefik discusses the findings in his paper, an Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. The results may surprise you…
Links A great presentation by Joe Sondow on the Netflix Asgard Project– a Grails application server that deploys to AWS. Highlights include: Obama for America used it to keep its sites rolling and alive Used to be Netflix Application Console It is only one of the open source projects on Netflix’s GitHub page. Reasons not … Read More
Note – to view all of the links that made up this podcast, visit our Delicious show page at http://delicious.com/developernews/45 Sponsors Chariot Solutions Education Services – Training in Spring, Hibernate, Scala, Maven and more. Visit us on the web at chariotsolutions.com/education Events Scalathon 2012 News Rod Johnson Leaving VMWare Spring project infrastructure maturing FuseSource acquired by RedHat … Read More