Two weeks ago I've attended a workshop in the AWS offices. It was about EKS (Managed Kubernetes in AWS) and it was excellent! There were a bunch of talented developers who came to learn and experience the latest and greatest with the aid of AWS architects but what really impressed me was the quality of … Continue reading Free online AWS Workshops
About a year ago I've started working with a client that had his several ASP.NET websites running in AWS, at the time it seemed like a wrong decision - when we think about ".NET" and "Cloud" Amazon's web services (AWS) does not sound like the first choice - in fact one of the ideas we … Continue reading Yes you can! develop on AWS using .NET
As a .NET developer writing microservices and Lambda functions in AWS I found it increasingly frustrating that I could not upgrade my code to .NET Core 2.0. All because of the lack of support on Amazon side. In the past I had libraries which needed to be used by both my services and the Lambdas … Continue reading Good news! we have .NET Core 2.0 Lambdas
The short answer is... Soon? During AWS re:invent I've hoped to finally hear about .NET Core 2.0 Lambda functions, and I did, but it was not what I expected. You can see the good people of Amazon are hard at work, there's a demo of .NET Core 2.0 towards the 13min mark. Hopefully soon we'll … Continue reading When would we get .NET Core 2.0 AWS Lambdas?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) was always supportive of Java, Node.js and Python. But with the lately C# support has been added as well. For the last few months I've been using C# to develop tools and services for the AWS cloud, and so I was happy to discover last month that a prview for AWS … Continue reading Programming AWS using Visual Studio 2017