I and my friend went to have tea on Saturday morning. Since he is a CTO of a small start-up that does pretty much everything including development which trigger me to ask him about technologies he is using at this company. So I started questioning him about which language he used, and of course about the cloud. He revealed to me that he started by watching a course online called AWS Fundamental and kind of lost. Because of that, it triggers me to write this article and share some of my experiences on how I got into Cloud.
I have been working as a developer since I graduated from school. My first job was Cobol then transitioned to a full-stack developer using PHP. I know those two are quite old these days and we are not going to talk about it. So let get to how I started with Cloud.
As you know that AWS has a ton of services and today I am going to start with Serverless. I choose this because of the good benefits why you should consider serverless. No need to manage a server, pay as you go: you do not get a bill if you do not use it, let you focus on writing code business logic.
How does that sound to you? Are you ready to get into more of this?
- I’ve created a blog post about building a slack chat bot. I think this one could be a good start for you and I have GitHub repo plus code.
- Serverless-stack.com website is also a good option. they are lots of examples that you can try.
- Serverless: Zero to Paid Professional from Serverless Guru.
Then when you have been familiar with tools, services, and code. I would recommend scheduling an exam started with Cloud Practitioner. Studying for certification is giving you a deeper knowledge understanding of the cloud and higher architecture.
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