Senior software engineer with a passion for developing bleeding edge web applications and event-driven architecture. More talks and resources at https://connect.yvesgurcan.com.
Taking the time to write meaningful comments while providing feedback to your coworkers can go a long way. In this presentation, Yves shares some of the principles he follows to articulate positive criticism during code reviews.
In this virtual presentation, Yves Gurcan explains how you can deploy to AWS from your machine and run a command like "sam deploy" on a Lambda function. He also shows an example with API Gateway, share a template with blue-green deployments, and more!
Link to the talk event on Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Portland-Serverless-Architecture-Meetup/events/268360327/. Tired of zipping your Lambdas by hand every time you want to deploy to production? What if I told you that there is a solution that lets you deploy your entire application to AWS from your local machine? What, you don't believe me? But this tool even has a cool aerial name that's like super on point because it's about cloud computing. Too good to be true? Great news! It's called CloudFormation.
Link to the Meetup event: https://www.meetup.com/front-end-small-talk/events/266240588/. You've probably heard of Service Workers. But what on earth are Web Workers? Yves will introduce us to the less famous of the two workers.
Link to the Meetup event: https://www.meetup.com/eugenewebdevs/events/261941044/. Yves explores what service workers are and how to implement them in your applications. The talk includes use cases, details on the benefits and caveats of using service workers, and info on Workbox (a Google library to facilitate the usage of workers). We also explore the Cache API and how you can create an experience close to (or even better than) native mobile apps with progressive web applications.