DevDays Europe 2019

 

May 14-16, 2019

Dror Helper

Freelance, Israel

BIO

Dror is a consultant and a software architect.
He has been writing software professionally for more than a decade, during which he has worked for industry giants such as Intel and SAP as well as small startup companies. He has extensive knowledge of many programming languages and platforms including C++, assembly, .NET (C#/VB) and Java.
Dror is a Pluralsight author and public speaker. He is an expert in agile methodologies and software engineering practices. When not writing code, Dror mentors developers and conducts courses about clean code, unit testing and TDD.
In his blog (www.helpercode.com) Dror writes about programming languages, software development tools, clean code, cool programming languages and anything else he finds interesting.

— TOPIC —

A Software Developer Guide to Working with AWS

Cloud computing is the future! Cloud computing helps reduce development times, grow your infrastructure with your business and perform tasks you could only dream of from the comfort of your own keyboard.
But it’s not all fun and games, one could get lost in the endless list of available services and on top of that there are architecture, design and security considerations that change the way you write your code.
In this session Dror is going to teach everything you need to know when starting with Amazon web services from creating a new account, securing it and using the services you need to get the job done.

Session Keywords

AWS
Cloud Computing

— WORKSHOP —

Building Serverless Applications With AWS Lambda

This workshop will cover all you need to start working with AWS Lambda. We will cover creation and deployment of event-driven functions in the Amazon cloud. We will learn what makes a serverless application and the design concern and what you need to consider in order to create fault-tolerant, highly available serverless applications.

The workshop will include several AWS services including S3, API gateway, AWS Lambda and step functions. I will use Python in my examples but they can be written using other programming languages (Java, Go, Node.js and C# to name a few).