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Cloudflare Dev Workshop 2020 In mid-February, I had the privilege to attend the first Melbourne Cloudflare dev event. This was just one of a series of sessions they ran across the country to reach out to developers and help educate people around their thinking and the...

This is the story of an investigation that I was recently involved in at a client. It took over a week to resolve, involved networking acronyms that seemed to increase in length each day (MTU...ICMP...PMTUD?!), and wound up with us learning all about the rather scary-sounding phenomenon of black-hole connections.

This blog post is a tutorial on how to deploy a static web application to AWS S3.

It includes a comprehensive explanation on what we're doing; hence the length! However, there will be some skipping points which you can click when you don't want to hear about lengthy explanations.

For you who like to dive into the source code directly, I've made a Github repo for this post as well.

Building regulatory reporting in the cloud offers many benefits, some of which are unparalleled speed, massive automatic scalability, tight security, very low initial setup cost, flexible operational costs, minimal human intervention, massive drive towards automation, and much more....

One word comes to mind when I think about this year’s AWS Summit in Sydney: massive. I reflected on Nic’s Summit blog in 2017, and he mentioned 10,000 people attended. This year, the Summit attracted around 22,000 attendees.

AppSync integrates seamlessly with a DynamoDB database. And as demonstrated in my previous article, AWS Amplify CLI can create the DynamoDB tables and generate the API CloudFormation infrastructure from an annotated GraphQL schema. However, using a relational data source with AppSync is more complex as...