This post was written by Matthew Skelton co-author of Team Guide to Software Operability. At the excellent Agile Manchester conference recently, I picked up a copy of the latest Technology Radar (Vol.16 – March 2017) from our friends at ThoughtWorks. Several things in this version stood out for me, most of which are really about how weContinue reading “ThoughtWorks Tech Radar vol.16 – developer experience, API as a product, CodeScene, per-team CI tools, operability in Spring Cloud”
This post was written by Rich Bosomworth. The scope for the final day at Serverless Conference 2016 appeared more developer orientated than the conceptual theme of the previous day. Not being a developer I chose a selection of AWS focused talks hoping they would offer familiar service hooks to help leverage understanding.
This post was written by Rich Bosomworth. After the success of New York and Tokyo events the 2016 Serverless Conference in London was hugely anticipated and offered an exciting selection of 40+ international speakers. Our SkeltonThatcher representative (me) was in attendance for days two and three to soak up the vibe and check out some ofContinue reading “Serverless Conference London 2016 (Part 1) – IoT, Share-Nothing, Webtasks, and Cautions”
This post was written by Rich Bosomworth. The term serverless refers to a model of cloud compute that runs code in response to events. AWS Lambda is currently the more popular choice of serverless technology against competing offerings such as IBM OpenWhisk or Azure Functions.