Issue #45 ponders how companies adopt serverless, looks ahead to AWS Summit New York, and shares lots of great content from the serverless community.
Issue #44 recaps AWS re:Inforce and discusses the importance of serverless security, plus there's plenty of amazing content from the serverless community.
In this issue, we recap an amazing ServerlessDays event in Milan, highlight some excellent serverless reads, and share plenty of content from the community.
Issue #42 looks at some frameworks that make serverless easier, we hear from naysayers that don't agree, and we share tons of great serverless content.
Issue #41 sees what happens when DynamoDB advice resonates, looks at some great serverless stories, and shares plenty of amazing content from the community.
Issue #40 looks at the updated version of Data API and announces a new library that'll make using it even easier. Plus, we have a boat load of content from the serverless community.
Issue #39 explores a nifty update to AWS Step Functions, shares some serverless stories, and tries to narrow down the mountain of content from the community.
Issue #38 introduces the new Serverless Chats Podcast, we take on some serverless contrarians, and we have a ton of great content from the community.
Issue #37 looks at exciting updates to the Serverless Framework and AWS Lambda Node.js runtime. Plus we have lots of content from the serverless community.
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.
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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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