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    2 projects | | 23 Jan 2023
    As of launch, AWS has 47 services running in the new Melbourne region. This compares with 194 in Sydney (ap-southeast-2). All of the standard services you'd expect are there, with EC2, Lambda, S3, DynamoDB, and the like. But there's many services still missing. Here's a short list of some key ones:
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    5 projects | | 21 Jan 2023
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    If your operation is infrequent then AWS Lambda would be best
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    5 projects | | 18 Jan 2023
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    5 projects | | 7 Jan 2023
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  • Key learnings after 10h diving into Lambda, js and Github Actions
    3 projects | | 6 Jan 2023
    After knocking out a README with a set of goals and a list of TODOs to check off as I made progress, I spent about 10 hours over a weekend trying to get something to work. I used serverless for making Lambda easier, Github Actions for the deploy pipeline and store my credentials; and sadly I rolled my own access_token refresh logic because I couldn't find a helper that just did that for me! wtf!?
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    5 projects | | 3 Jan 2023
    In conclusion, Functions as a Service is a cloud computing model that allows developers to build and deploy small pieces of code without the need to worry about the underlying infrastructure. It is a lightweight and flexible option that can save time and money, and it can automatically scale up or down based on the demand for the function. AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and Cloudflare Workers are some of the popular FaaS platforms available, each with its own set of features and use cases.
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    8 projects | | 3 Jan 2023
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    6 projects | | 2 Jan 2023
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