At the end of October I gave a talk at Serverless Conf London about writing Serverless Framework plugins.
I went to the Serverless Conf last week. I met a lot of great people, heard quite a few inspiring talks, and presented a talk myself. People tend to say that serverless is fast and reduces cost of our infrastructure – but is that actually true? Hint: I still think it's awesome.
When starting our last project, we had long discussions about immutability of our state. Using spread operator or Object.assign in reducers didn’t quite cover our requirements. As crazy as we sometimes are, we decided for various reasons not to use ImmutableJS like most people do – instead, we went with mori.
Life as a software engineer is one of continuous learning. Some people enjoy exploring new technologies and others complain about #jsfatigue. At the end of the day though, we’re all in this together.
Here’s the question that gets asked by so many that it’s become annoying - what’s the next big thing in web development? React? Angular 2? CycleJS? WebSockets? HTTP2?
Last week I had the great opportunity to join a group of React-enthusiasts at a course ran by Michael Jackson and Ryan Florence.