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Lambda Powertools now available for TypeScript β˜οΈπŸš€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» - Issue #15
By zachjonesnoel • Issue #15 • View online
It’s exciting to know that Lambda Powertools is now GA for TypeScript as well, you can now ensure your Lambda functions adhere to the Well Architected servereless practices.

AWS Announcements πŸ“’
Interesting content πŸš€
Brian Morrison II explains about different features of Amazon Cognito User Pool in his YouTube video and blog and demonstrates how to setup User Pool. Also, explains about how access token and secret token are returned in JWT token.
Matt Morgan writes about AWS Lambda Powertools TypeScript where he compares with his first impression with the latest GA version of Lambda Powertools TypeScript in terms of what has changed, comparison with duration and cold start of Lambda functions with Tracer, Metrics and Logger.
Lee James Gilmore begins his series about Serverless Authorisation which provides an introduction to authorization in conjunction to his Serverless authentication series. This talks about different authorisation possible with AWS Lambda functions and it’s pros and cons.
Igor Soroka talks about when less Lambda function code is better where he mentions about the code maintenance if the code size is huge and ensuring things don’t break in production. He also mentions about how AppSync with Velocity Template Language (VTL) helps building modular and function focused resolvers for AppSync.
Wendy Wong gives an introductory blog post as part of her Getting started series where she talks about enabling MFA for your AWS Accounts and the importance of why MFA is needed irrespective of root user or IAM user.
What to expect from Serverless tools? βš™οΈ
Lars
#AWS X-Ray is great, but I like to avoid logging in to the console as much as I can, so here's a brand new CLI tool for you to find and analyse your traces and really quickly find the root cause of your bugs.

πŸ’Ύhttps://t.co/qkVSu7JdrI

#serverless https://t.co/qegM6Yz5e1
Mark your calendars πŸ“…
AWS User Group Douala is hosting an in-person AWS Workshop on August 6th 2022.
AWS User Group Bengaluru is hosting August month in-person meet-up on August 20th 2022.
Word from the author πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
Thanks all for the support and the feedback that I’ve been receiving off-late.
While we continue on the journey of ensuring applications are scalable and maintainable, Infrastructure as Code becomes an important aspect and this month on The Zac’s Show Talking AWS co-hosted with Arshad Zackeriya we talked about IaC and how to deploy with Terraform. If you want us to cover any specific topics, we are happy to take them up. Feel free to DM us.
Reach out to me if any queries on AWS or Serverless in general over Twitter or LinkedIn.
Until next time, happy building on AWS and Go Serverless!!
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