Links for March 10th through March 21st
- Testing an HTTPS client for the Kubernetes API server using Hoverfly Java – Hoverfly is a lightweight API simulation tool which can be used to simulate HTTP/HTTPS traffic. In this article, I’ll be demonstrating how it can be used to help test my HTTPS client. Thanks to Hoverfly Java's support for JUnit – and it's DSL – creating an HTTPS server for testing is a breeze
- dawson | a serverless framework for Node.js on AWS – dawson is a serverless web framework for Node.js on AWS.
dawson uses AWS CloudFormation, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda to deploy the backend code and to manage the infrastructure for you.
- Become-A-Full-Stack-Web-Developer: Free resources for learning Full Stack Web Development – 100+ Free resources for learning Full Stack Web Development.
- Spring Vault – client-side support for accessing, storing and revoking secrets #aws – Spring Vault provides familiar Spring abstractions and client-side support for accessing, storing and revoking secrets. It offers both low-level and high-level abstractions for interacting with Vault, freein
- Android Development Through the Eyes of an iOS Developer – The Coded Self – I’ve recently dipped my toes into Android development to see the differences in environment and tooling as compared to iOS development. While I haven’t done much as of yet, I hope to ship some Android apps in the future alongside some iOS ones. I figured it was time to understand the platform so that I can better relate to the woes of Android development.
- Amazon makes it cheaper to host Alexa skills on AWS – New promotional credits include a one-time $100 AWS credit that's valid for 12 months, plus an additional $100 recurring credit that's doled out on a monthly basis
- Awesome-Swift-Playgrounds: A curated list of Awesome Swift Playgrounds – A curated list of awesome Swift playgrounds
- Introducing Keras 2 – a Deep Learning library for Python, that is simple, modular, and extensible – Keras is a Deep Learning library for Python, that is simple, modular, and extensible
- Google tries to beat AWS at cloud security – New tools that protect enterprise applications running on Google Cloud Platform may help take the spotlight away from AWS and Microsoft Azure
- Worried About Lock-In? Encourage Cloud Skills To Enable Platform Mobility – Reducing the switching cost and burden of lock-in is highly dependent on the skill level of your development teams