AWS is taking over the wold. So it’s time we had a workshop to learn it. -Damian Montero, FloridaJS
"Error: Unable to upload artifact referenced by Location parameter of resource. 'S3Uploader' object is not subscriptable."
While working on a multi-stack AWS SAM package I came across this rather obscure error: Error: Unable to upload artifact ../../spa-hosting.yaml referenced by Location parameter of Hosting resource. ‘S3Uploader’ object is not subscriptable
I am now an certified AWS Solution Architect Professional! I am very proud of this. It’s probably the most difficult test I have ever taken. 2.5 years of AWS experience and 40+ hours of training video.
CLI Assume Role with MFA (assume-role-mfa.sh)This script will assume a cross-account role using your MFA device and output the credentials into a named profile. 1234567891011121314151617181920212223#!
I am now an AWS Certified Developer - Associate! I had about 8 hours to kill so I bought some Udemy Practice Tests - a week later I had my cert! Lets talk about how moving to the cloud can save you $
Unlike an embarrassing Facebook post, developers can’t simply say “That wasn’t me, I got hacked” and expect it all to go away… Sarcasm aside, security without passwords is not only convenient, it keeps the password from landing in the wrong hands.
The Amazon Connect Streams API allows you to create custom interfaces for the soft-phone and provides many functions for interacting with the current connection. It is a powerful set of tools but some of the more sophisticated functions may not be obvious.
First and foremost – there are few things more awesome than getting a direct deposit every month for work you did years ago. What was once modest beer money at $50 a month is now almost serious alcoholic money at $700 a month! How did I do it? Well, hard work for one. You must account for the fact that I have 10 years of software development experience and was able to put together the bulk of the app over a weekend. Don’t let that scare you off, these tips are not technical and apply to anything from an app to a blog.
Effort is not work. Carrying a piano up the stairs is the same amount of work as using an elevator, but tremendously more effort. Your focus should be on delivering quality code, not the intricacies of deployments. It should be as easy as: Deploy Infrastructure Deploy Code Repeat as necessary
I am now an AWS Solution Architect Associate! My previous experience has all been in an on-premise SOX environment with burdensome manual testing, documentation & deployment processes. The AWS Cloud really does streamline so much of those processes. Not only can you save a ton of money by leveraging their SaaS products, the time ($$$) you can save on deployments and documentation is simply staggering.