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Everything AWS, Serverless and Architectures β˜οΈπŸš€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» - Issue #2

Everything AWS, Serverless and Architectures β˜οΈπŸš€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
Everything AWS, Serverless and Architectures β˜οΈπŸš€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» - Issue #2
By zachjonesnoel • Issue #2 • View online
Hey! This issue, we will be looking more into re:Invent 2021 re:caps with some fantastic posts from the Community and some happening things around AWS, Cloud and Serverless.
Also I would like to thank everyone who extended their support and appreciation for my Issue #1.

Luca Mezzalira
Let's start this working year with a nice quote from my colleague @ghohpe about architects!
Ingredients are important for cooking a good meal but first and foremost be a good chef 😁

https://t.co/H9SHbr8rFo

#softwarearchitecture #cloud #aws https://t.co/j7EtnZXMPF
re:Cap of re:Invent 2021
Many of the Community Builders and folks from AWS along with AWS UGs are doing recap of re:Invent 2021 there are some of the blog posts / videos / meetups also which are happening to look back on re:Invent.
Mark Ramrattan has authored a blog post about AWS Amplify Studio and how to begin with the Amplify Studio for your full-stack applications.
The JavaScript Dev
Are you trying to learn more about AWS Amplify Studio? If your answer is yes, then this guide may help you get a better understanding.

{ author: @markramrattan } #DEVCommunity
https://t.co/oSpifONT26
Most of the typical Serverless applications on AWS use DynamoDB for their database choice, and this re:Invent there was a table class introduced which could help you save more.
Jones Zachariah Noel
[Blog post] The new blog post for the year 2022 is here and it's about #DynamoDB Standard IA table class. And learn about the table class and how to set it up for your DynamoDB table
https://t.co/q65zKEZXKH
#aws #awscommunity @dynamodb @awsdevelopers @ThePracticalDev #Serverless
AWS User Group Kochi is hosting AWS re:Invent 2021 - Recap on Jan 29th and AWS Meetup Bielefeld with Dennis Traub is hosting Recap AWS Re:Invent 2021 mit Dennis Traub on Jan 26th.
Brilliant things happening and available for AWS enthusiastic
AWS Senior Solutions Architect Sara Gerion has released the beta version of AWS Lambda Powertools TypeScript this helps in getting all the utilities for your Lambda function which is built on NodeJS. Matt Morgan has also written about his first impression - First look at Lambda Powertools TypeScript.
Sara Gerion
I am ✨thrilled✨ to announce that the beta release of AWS Lambda Powertools TypeScript is publicπŸš€

It provides a suite of utilities for Node.js Lambda functions to ease the adoption of best practices such as tracing, structured logging, custom metrics ✨
https://t.co/6xYpOEY5zM
Michael Walmsley has authored part 1 of the 3-part series which he looks back into how Serverless was introduced to him - Serverless Testing, Part 1: What I forgot at the beginning. That is something that I can relate to, and also many more developers who were introduced to in the last 4 years.
Payal Gupta speaks about the importance of IaC and CloudFormation with a blog post Create AWS CloudFormation stack using sample template.
Dheeraj Choudhary has created informative videos on YouTube about Manage AWS Resources using Python Boto3 Scripts.
Sandeep Kumar has created YouTube video on How to Get Started with DynamoDB.
AntStack
⚑️AntStack Bytes: Learn how you can get started with #DynamoDB.

A 7-part series leading to how you can build an application using Serverless architecture on #AWS.

πŸŽ₯ @sandykumar93

https://t.co/FIEbhuSTKD
UUIDs were the best choice for unique IDs, now there is ULID too which helps in sorting (lexicographically) and the accuracy is up-to millisecond.
Ed Lima
ICYMI now you can automatically generate ULIDs (Universally Unique Lexicographically Sortable Identifiers) in AppSync:

https://t.co/RjPY3VWZaa https://t.co/C9CsdSi7Sv
AWS Sr Developer Advocate Rohini Gaonkar who celebrates her work-anniversary with a blog post Life at AWS : 8th Anniversary which is an inspiring journey for many of the DevRel, technology enthusiastic.
AWS Community Builder opens up for applications
AWS Community Builder opens up for the new cohort 2022 and the applications are available at bit.ly/CBapply2022 until midnight PST Jan 24th 2022.
Stephen Sennett writes about How to become an AWS Community Builder and also Ganesh Swaminathan who is a Community Builder is celebrating with the blog post 10 Benefits of AWS Community Builders as he renewed up for the 2nd year.
Until next time, happy building!! πŸ˜πŸš€
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A lot of things about AWS, Serverless and tons of content from the community which talks about best practices, architectures, new hacks and many more things!

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