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Senior architect, fourTheorem
May 13, 2022
Published a new episode of AWS Bites Podcast


36. What’s new for JavaScript developers on AWS?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXBPMvPhHCo

There are lots of options for programming languages on AWS these days but one of the most popular ones remains JavaScript. In this episode of AWS Bites we discuss what it’s like to develop with JavaScript, Node.js and TypeScript on AWS and what’s new in this field.
We explore why you would choose JavaScript and what are the trade-offs that come with this choice. We present some of the main features of the all-new AWS SDK v3 for JavaScript. We discuss runtime support and tooling for AWS Lambda and finally some interesting developments in the JavaScript ecosystem for the cloud and AWS.

00:00 Intro
00:30 Our commitment to the JavaScript & Node.js ecosystem
01:30 Why we should consider JavaScript on AWS
02:25 The new AWS SDK for JavaScript (v3)
03:00 The command pattern
04:10 Idiomatic Javascript and Node.js with the AWS SDK: Streams
05:55 Idiomatic Javascript and Node.js with the AWS SDK: Async Iterators
07:10 Built in support for Mocking in the AWS SDK
08:00 Middleware support for request/response enrichment in the AWS SDK
09:30 Using JavaScript with Serverless and Lambda
10:10 ESM Modules in Lambda with Node.js 14
11:50 The Middy framework
14:32 The Lambda Power tools library for TypeScript
15:30 JavaScript or TypeScript?
17:40 The pros and cons of bundling Lambda code
18:46 The Serverless Framework
19:50 CDK (Cloud Development Kit)
20:34 ZX: scripting language built on top of JavaScript and Node.js (by Google)
23:13 Wrap up

In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:
- Our previous episode on What language to use for lambda: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0tpR...
- AI as a Service by Eoin Shanaghy and Peter Elger (book): https://www.manning.com/books/ai-as-a...
- Node.js Design Patterns by Mario Casciaro and Luciano Mammino (book): https://www.nodejsdesignpatterns.com/
- AWS SDK for JavaScript v3 high level concepts (including command based model): https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaSc...
- AWS SDK for JavaScript v3 paginators using Async Iterators: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaSc...
- Mocking support for the AWS SDK for JavaScript v3: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/develope...
- Various interesting benchmarks on different Lambda runtimes: https://github.com/theam/aws-lambda-b... - https://filia-aleks.medium.com/benchm... - https://www.simform.com/blog/aws-lamb...
- Support for ESM modules in AWS Lambda (Node.js 14): https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/what...
- The Middy Framework (middleware pattern for AWS Lambda): https://middy.js.org/
- Lambda Power Tools library for TypeScript: https://awslabs.github.io/aws-lambda-...
- Yan Cui’s article on performance improvements with bundling: https://lumigo.io/blog/3-major-ways-t...
- ZX project (scripting with JavaScript) by Google: https://github.com/google/zx

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Do you have any AWS questions you would like us to address?
Leave a comment here or connect with us on Twitter:
- https://twitter.com/eoins
- https://twitter.com/loige

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Senior architect, fourTheorem
Oct 18, 2021
Spoke at NodeConfRemote:

https://t.co/t9afh94zch?amp=1

Finding a lost song with Node.js & async iterators


Did you ever get that feeling when a random song pops into your brain and you can’t get rid of it? Well, that happened to me recently and I couldn’t even remember the title of the damn song! In this talk, I want to share with you the story of how I was able to recover the details of the song by navigating some music-related APIs using JavaScript, Node.js, and the magic of async iterators!
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Senior architect, fourTheorem
Sep 30, 2021
Today I presented a talk at EnterJS conference

Finding a lost song with Node.js and async iterators - EnterJS 2021


Did you ever get that feeling when a random song pops into your brain and you can’t get rid of it? Well, that happened to me recently and I couldn’t even remember the title of the damn song! In this talk, I want to share with you the story of how I was able to recover the details of the song by navigating some music-related APIs using JavaScript, Node.js and the magic of async iterators!

Slides here: https://loige.link/enter-iterators


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Web Consultant, Sam Carlton Consulting
Jul 20, 2021

Headless WordPress - Codeable Expert Talks


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE3b9NlbuIs
How to use WordPress with any web application on any platform in any language.

In this talk, I break down Headless WordPress and how it can help you fix a slow WordPress site without having to start from scratch along with the many other benefits it bring to your site.

Sam Carlton on Codeable
https://codeable.io/developers/sam-ca...

Heavily inspired by talks from Codeable Developer Alexandra Spalato
- Building Gatsby Themes for WordPress - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es7YZ...
- Using WordPress as a Source for Gatsby - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFJne...

Full Resources Link
https://sam.lc/headless


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Web Consultant, Sam Carlton Consulting
#motivation #run This is my activity log for June, for next month i would like to do 180K

Helps me a lot with my journey on the #JavaScript books

This is not just a bunch of runs!
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#100DaysOfCode Day 30 Today i am back to the #JavaScript course. Looking forward to end in a good mood today, rater than yesterday that was very complicated and frustrating. Have a nice day!
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