- Look Ma, No Server: Corporate IT Expects ‘Serverless’ Computing to Trigger Big Changes #serverless – Next step of evolution toward cloud computing that began when physical servers largely were replaced with virtual technology or software
- Server Side Swift with Vapor: Getting Started #swiftlang – Vapor is an open source server side Swift framework, that helps you write web apps and services using Swift 3. Learn how to get started with Vapor, and create your first server side Swift web app.
- Amex for Developers – Connect to the American Express ecosystem with our suite of APIs – Connect to American Express services that power billions of transactions around the globe. Create, innovate and test new concepts. Get started today.
- Awesome .NET – A collection of awesome .NET libraries, tools, frameworks and software – A collection of awesome .NET libraries, tools, frameworks, and software
- JUnit 5 Quick Start Guide and Advanced by dmitrij-drandarov – JUnit 5 introduced a lot of interesting, fast ways to create tests. Be it Test-Factories, Test-Extensions (that only have to be written once), Lambda-Support etc. It pushed the D.R.Y. principle a lot!
- America’s Dazzling Tech Boom Has a Downside: Not Enough Jobs – WSJ – The technology revolution has delivered Google searches, Facebook friends, iPhone apps, Twitter rants and shopping for almost anything on Amazon, all in the past decade and a half. What it hasn’t delivered are many jobs.
- Serverless Framework V.1 – Getting Started – YouTube – The Framework uses new event-driven compute services, like AWS Lambda, Google CloudFunctions, and more. It's a command line tool, providing scaffolding, workflow automation and best practices for developing and deploying your serverless architecture. It's also completely extensible via plugins.
- Amazon Web Services — a practical guide – This guide is by and for engineers who use AWS. It aims to be a useful, living reference that consolidates links, tips, gotchas, and best practices. It arose from discussion and editing over beers by several engineers who have used AWS extensively
- Why the Best Leaders Want Their Superstar Employees to Leave – When a stream of top performers go on to better things, it usually hastens the flow of more top talent into the company
- Modern Swift Networking with Swish – Swish is a framework that is a wrapper around NSURLRequests. We’ll discuss how Swish helps you solve that problem by building requests and executing them. We’ll also discuss the protocols, how they work, and how to write tests for them.
Links for October 5th through October 27th