Revisiting NoSQL Data Modeling;

Or When Everything You Thought You Knew Was Wrong

Most software engineers, or anyone who’s ever revisited any older code (or for that matter, text), that they’ve written, is familiar with that moment of disgust, that passionate search for the perpetrator of such atrocities, and the guilt-ridden self-loathing you experience when you realize that perpetrator is you. Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair! - Past me to Present me Being well acquainted with both self-loathing and writing bad code, you’d assume that I’m pretty well inured to any new revelations regarding my utter incompetence. []

AWS Lambdas for system testing of VPC restricted services

Or; How to drink the serverless Kool-Aid when your services are too high volume

Contents Context Getting Into It Epilogue Context I’ve been told that in the current meta Serverless is the cure to all software engineering ills. I’m not sure that’s quite the case yet, nor am I completely clear on what people are exactly referring to when they talk about the “current meta”, but it is safe to say that a not insignificant amount of problems (at a certain scale) have been reduced to near triviality by the emergence of serverless infrastructure. []
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