How to create and use Serverless Framework Environment variables in AWS .net core lambdas
walk-through on how to implement full-blown Dependency Injection, Configuration and even make use of IHost functionality in your AWS Lambda projects.
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I’ve previously discussed how to develop a .net core AWS Lambda with the serverless framework to provide an abstraction over the underlying operating system and… Read More »Simple Dependency Injection In AWS Lambda .net core
A quick easy to follow guide to help you get up and running with Local Instance of DynamoDB on your laptop for development
A quick guide on how to enable ssh connectivity to AWS lightsail from ubuntu terminal
AWS CLI is handy command line tool enabling developers to easily configure and manage AWS services from the command line. In this guide we will walk-through the process of installing it on ubuntu.