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.
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.
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.
In the past I've had questions about how permissions work in S3, so I decided to investigate and write it up for myself so that I've got it all clearly described somewhere and can refer to this article.
A 5 minute introduction about AWS Fargate. What is it, how does it work, and what are some of the good and less good things about it.
At the end of December, AWS released a developer preview of version 2 of their Go SDK. This promises several improvements and so I decided to give it a spin to see what's different.
This talk focuses on hardening your AWS environment using only the tools AWS provides.
As you may be aware, I sent updates of this site out by email. Since the very start I've used Convertkit for this, but this was getting too expensive. However, it was the only email service I found that will immediately send an email instead of on a schedule. So, I had to automate this.
Almost 2 months ago, AWS announced a serverless chatbot competition. As I happen to have one of those lying around I decided to enter this competition.