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Ok, Lambda School is a story I've been waiting to break wide open since May based on a DM I received

Please read both THREADS and send anyone who'd like to discuss this, even anonymously, on @causeascenePod my way

I AM FED UP WITH TECH TARGETING THE VULNERABLE

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1\n #Amazon has done much more for building and deploying #IoT devices in a secure and robust manner than any other ecosystem organization. Their focus? Help build and deploy more connected devices. If you are building connected devices, this summary report is for you:
2\n Both their arms #Alexa and #AWS offer solutions at both the ends: the device (h/w and s/w dev kits) and the cloud. So how does it help you, the device maker? Let's find out. Every tweet below is an Amazon solution. Let's start with Alexa first.
3\n Control via #Alexa 1: If you've built a cloud connected device, use the Alexa SmartHome Skill to link it to Alexa. Then users can asks Alexa to ctrl your device, which goes to Alexa cloud, then to your skill, then your cloud and finally to your device. developer.amazon.com/docs/smarthome…
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As a guy who adores simplicity, I'm a huge fan of @webtaskio! They really simplified the typical #FaaS offering. Here's why 👇 (thread)
You can write your functions right in your browser by just visiting webtask.io/make. It features a simple code editor with exactly what you need. Nothing more, nothing less. You can try it now!
In this remote browser based session, unlike #AWS C9, you don't need to worry about the servers/os/env that is running your under-development functions. There's no terminal. You need to install an npm package? just add it from the UI.
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For me a serverless (S-) architecture is much more than a event-driven function as a service (FaaS)...

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#serverless #faas #architectures #thread #lambda #fastMovingTeams #ownership #devops
A S- architecture is an abstraction on top of a (potentially very complex) infrastructure, so that devs can focus on building great features and products and run their code in production without focusing on boring configuration and scalability.
This doesn't mean there are no servers and there is no care for infrastructure: quite the opposite indeed.
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