Building Serverless Microservices with Zappa and Flask

By Rich Jones.

Today, I'm going to show you how to write and deploy serverless microservices using Flask and Zappa. If you're new to Flask, you'll see just how easy is. However, if you prefer Pyramid, Bottle, or even Django, you're in luck, because Zappa works with any WSGI-compatible framework!

Announcing Zappa - Serverless Python Web Applications

By Rich Jones.

Today, I'm pleased to announce the first major release of Zappa - a system for running "serverless" Python web applications using AWS Lambda and AWS API Gateway. Zappa handles all of the configuration and deployment automatically - now, you can deploy an infinitely scalable application to the cloud with a single command - all for a minute fraction of the cost of a traditional web server.

Putting Down the Tools

By Marcus Blankenship.

Putting Down the Tools, Avoiding the #1 Mistake All New Software Company Owners Make in a Crisis

How to hire an iOS Developer

By David Tate.

You sat down to work today and see *Find an iOS Developer* staring back at you from the top of your to do list. This isn’t a straightforward task like “complete expense report”, “buy new coffee filters” or “fire Ralph” - this will take time, technique, and steady effort to complete.

Building a consultancy while living in Japan with Keith Perhac

By Jake Jorgovan.

APIs and Higher Level Abstraction of AWS SES

By Marcian Diamond.

Hello Fellow Developers! As we trek along deeper into the computing wilderness and climb to the higher rungs of development, we become keenly aware of the unfullfilled needs of the development community. These needs tend to be sated by brave souls who endeavor to author APIs. Some quintessential examples of this courage are jQuery, D3, and OpenLayers, just to name few.

Charging $20k+ per week with Brennan Dunn

By Jake Jorgovan.

How to hire a JavaScript developer

By Peter DePaulo.

That Javascript, it’s so hot right now.

It’s time to hire a JavaScript expert, and that’s probably a good idea. JavaScript doesn’t just run on the front end, but has become a powerhouse for creating full-featured and full-functioning web applications. Users expect snappy, responsive sites and intuitive interfaces. If it’s on the web, JavaScript is there.

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