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Dec 5, 2019
Refreshing AWS Access Token with Amplify and Axios
Authentication is one of those foundational pieces of your application that can be complex if your requirements don’t fit some predetermined mold. For that reason, I am aiming to provide you a quick and easy ...
Sep 24, 2019
Some Command Line Tools for AWS
I’ve been working a lot in AWS lately and while I like the tech stack, going through the console to do stuff is really annoying to a command-line junkie such as myself. I could cook ...
Building a Scalable Terraform Project Framework
In this post I will be introducing a framework we have developed for managing Terraform projects, which helps us keep our code reusable and consistent across environments. This post assumes you are already familiar with ...
Up and Running with AWS Glue
AWS Glue is a managed service that can really help simplify ETL work. In this blog I’m going to cover creating a crawler, creating an ETL job, and setting up a development endpoint. Since Glue ...
AWS Lambda configuration scheme
Building servlerless applications with AWS lambda and not sure how to setup your configuration per environment? Here’s an approach that keeps things neat and tidy, yet allows for secure configuration values as well....
Jan 12, 2018
4 AWS CLI features to master in 2018
Most AWS admins and developers are familiar with the AWS SDKs and CLI found on the AWS Github account. Fewer people are familiar with the many experiments AWS has open sourced on Amazon Web Services ...
Getting Started With Amazon Alexa Development
In the last few years Amazon has been able to capture a significant share of the home assistant market with the help of the Echo product family. Starting with the audio only product line, Dot, Tap, and ...
May 9, 2017
AWS ECR with Gradle
AWS Elastic Container Registry is a registry service for Docker images. It supports the Docker API for registries and therefore can be used with `docker pull`, `docker push`, etc. It also works with Gradle ...