It's not the number of blog posts you write that define you as a dev, and it's a good thing. — Me, just now
Feb 24, 2021
Descent into cloud madness: 12 AWS certifications in 6 weeks
This morning I passed the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam (CLF-C01) to earn my final remaining AWS certification. I’m not the first to accomplish this feat—earning all twelve of the available AWS cloud certifications—but I may have been the fas...
Dec 23, 2020
Introducing Ness — the easiest way to deploy web sites and apps into your AWS account. I built Ness to simplify the process of shipping web products in a repeatable way with all of the best practices around security and performance baked into a singl...
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Oct 25, 2022
Dax Raad: A New Format and Booking AWS re:Invent Sessions
Dax joins Adam to discuss a new show format where Adam and Dax will have casual conversations about AWS and related tech. They also try to get sessions booked for re:Invent, mostly successfully.
Aug 16, 2022
Joe Emison: Building and Selling Companies, Keeping Serverless Simple, and Blenderphones?!
Joe joins Adam to discuss his experience founding and selling companies, how he keeps serverless on AWS simple at Branch Insurance, and blenderphones. Yes, blenderphones!
Aug 09, 2022
Nader Dabit: Avoiding Career Stagnation, Going From Mobile to Full-Stack to Web3.0, and Building w/ New Primitives
Nader joins Adam to discuss how he's managed to avoid career stagnation by going from mobile dev to full-stack web dev to web3.0. He also shares his perspective on web3.0 as a set of new primitives while Adam does his best to represent the side of th...
Aug 02, 2022
Laura Hyatt: All Things AWS IoT, Finding your Passion in Tech, and Oxford University is Really Old
Laura joins Adam to discuss her many IoT projects, her role at AWS as a Global Solutions Architect for Resilience Hub, how she's continued to find her passion in tech, and some facts about Oxford University. Spoiler: it's really old.