Issue #36 looks at how we can create better local development experiences when building serverless apps. Plus we have lots of great serverless community content.
Issue #35 attempts to wean us off RDBMS, explores some interesting serverless use cases, and shares more great content from the amazing community.
Issue #34 (re)addresses the serverless versus containers debate, looks at some interesting thought pieces, and shares plenty of community content.
Issue #33 takes a quick look at Google Cloud Run, see how serverless makes for better vacations, and shares amazing content from the serverless community.
Off-by-none #32 is LIVE from the Serverless Architecture Conference in The Hague. Plus, we have plenty of amazing content to share from the community.
Issue #31 takes a look at the Serverless Enterprise Framework, points to some serverless security trends, and shares plenty of great content from the community.
Issue #30 looks at the new Event Fork Pipelines, explores the security of AWS Lambda, and serves up some amazing content from the serverless community.
Issue #29 recaps some of my favorite things from ServerlessDays Boston, we address some #NoOps nonsense, and share plenty of great content from the community.
Off-by-none #28 is LIVE from ServerlessDays Boston! Plus we've got a number of great stories, use cases, and articles from the serverless community.
Issue #27 of Off-by-none looks at Lyft's AWS bill and share lots of serverless tutorials, use cases, and stories from the community.
Off-by-none #26 tries to figure out if serverless is really dead, we meet some new serverless heroes, and we share plenty of great content from the community.
Issue #25 of Off-by-none thanks IOpipe for supporting open source, explores some helpful serverless architectural patterns, and shares plenty of great content from the community.
Issue #24 of Off-by-none geeks out on a recent UC Berkeley paper, shares some great stories and use cases, and discusses serverless SaaS integrations.
Issue #23 of Off-by-none looks at using serverless to deal with third-party API quotas, shares some helpful videos, introduces "Serverless Stories", and much more.
Issue #22 looks at some recent investments in serverless, highlights upcoming events, helps you pick the right database, and shares plenty of great serverless content.
Issue #21 of Off-by-none looks at more ways to scale your serverless apps, highlights recent innovations, and examines how serverless is affecting the IT landscape.
Issue #20 of Off-by-none gets a bit more hands-on, plus we have more insights into the future of serverless, and some compelling research regarding TCO.
Issue #19 of Off-by-none sorts through serverless content from the holidays, plus we look at some serverless use cases, upcoming webinars, and conference talks.
Issue #18 of Off-by-none looks back at 2018, outlines what's in store for Off-by-none in 2019, and shares some great articles from the serverless community.
Issue #17 of Off-by-none looks at API Gateway support for WebSockets, I try to convince you to stop calling everything serverless, and a whole lot more.
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Jeremy is an AWS Serverless Hero that has a soft spot for helping people solve problems using serverless, and 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, the Serverless Chats podcast, and at (virtual) conferences around the world.
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