In this issue, pre:Invent is most definitely here, Cloudflare tries to offer the serverless moon, and Vercel isn't far behind in the web space race.
In this issue, Cloudflare steps on the serverless gas, the Serverless Framework gets an overhaul, and something is still unfulfilled with serverless.
In this issue, serverless containers are here again, we learn some more serverless patterns, and I share some things I've learned over 24 years in tech.
In this issue, Lumigo gets an investment, AWS accelerates serverless development, and Next.js is the next big thing, again.
In this issue, there's a new serverless database, we do a deep dive on serverless workflows with Step Functions, and we ask if serverless needs to get opinionated.
In this issue, Serverless Cloud launches its Public Preview, we discuss serverless complexity, and we pretend we've never written recursive invocations.
In this issue, Vendia stacks the deck, we learn about the importance of tail latency, and Jamstackers go all serverless.
In this issue, Lambda supports Graviton2, Step Functions makes friends with everyone, and Cloudflare kicks S3 in the shins.
In this issue, AWS scoops up Stackery, Lambda gets an ML team, and we get our first case of #ServerlessConferenceFOMO in a very long time.
In this issue, Cloudflare Workers turn 4, we get an ultimate guide to re:Invent, and someone thought Infrastructure as SQL was a good idea.
In this issue, we map the inevitability of serverless, IBM dreams of serverless quantum computing, and Elastic gets what they asked for.
In this issue, we launch Serverless Cloud, Event-Source Mappings finally get their due, and we learn why infrastructure management is going extinct.
In this issue, CloudFormation's DX rolls forward, Serverless Chats is back, and we imagine a self provisioning runtime.
In this issue, Cisco acquires Epsagon, open-source challenges SaaS, and serverless powers taco Tuesdays.
In this issue, we get a content repository for heroes, Fastly introduces zero cold-starts, and AWS makes building CI/CD pipelines a lot easier.
In this issue, serverless goes folk, SQS turns 15 years old, and we get several new ways to deploy our serverless applications.
In this issue, we discuss the impact of Infinidash, get a Q2 serverless recap, and embrace continuous refactoring.
In this issue, Serverless Chats gets a new co-host, AWS launches a crusade against software bugs, and we get a free masterclass in developer relations.
In this issue, Step Functions go low-code, edge competition heats up, and we learn how to build apps on the decentralized web.
In this issue, we get more options for building and deploying serverless applications, we explore a serverless banking platform, and we learn why serverless buzz isn't the measure of success.
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Jeremy is the GM of Serverless Cloud at Serverless, Inc. and an AWS Serverless Hero that has a soft spot for helping people solve problems using serverless. He frequently consults with companies and developers transitioning away from the traditional “server-full” approach. You can find him ranting about serverless on Twitter, in several forums and Slack groups, hosting the Serverless Chats podcast, and at (virtual) conferences around the world.
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