Go 1.10 with build and test caching, running Windows and Linux Docker containers side-by-side with LCOW.
Just for fun I decided to run AWS Comprehend over the weekly notes on this site. This is how I went about it, what came out of it, and what I think of Comprehend.
AWS released an update to ECS auto scaling, Google Cloud Platform wrote an interesting article about user accounts, and I became a Cloud Warrior.
Managing autoscaling for containers in ECS is a bit complicated, so I decided to write it down so I can refer to it again in the future.
Kubernetes arrives in Docker for Windows, Red Hat acquires CoreOS, and Nintendo revealed details about Switch Online.
As I've mentioned in the past, I do a lot of my writing on my phone and iPad. Things have changed there recently, and I wanted to write out some parts of this improved workflow.
Mostly following up on older things this week; with more Meltdown and Spectre, Amazon Go, and smart speakers.
A 5 minute introduction about AWS CodeBuild. What is it, how does it work, and what are some of the good and less good things about it.
With the release of the Go runtime for AWS Lambda, I took the opportunity to convert some of my code to run natively instead of through wrappers.
Go has finally arrived in Lambda, Autoscaling in AWS gets unified, and GCP introduces Cloud AutoML for easier machine learning.