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Marc leads engineering on AWS Lambda and therefore writes a lot about serverless software development, serverless databases, and other software development topics.
Philip writes articles about Java, Kotlin, Spring Boot, and AWS. He also focuses on testing real-world applications with these technologies. His main goal is to make testing joyful again by providing easy-to-understand recipes. Apart from text/plain content, he's active on YouTube and a course teacher for several online courses.
Rafal is the founder of Dynobase and writes about cloud-native technologies. His focus is mostly Serverless technologies on AWS with an emphasis on AWS Lambda and DynamoDB and CDK (Cloud Development Kit).
Forrest works at A Cloud Guru and writes about AWS, serverless, working in open source, and current events that touch the tech industry. He also sometimes writes about high level technology problems like picking your tech stack.
Kyle writes about all things AWS related in addition to infrastructure, DevOps, and frontend topics like React.js, Next.js, and Amplify. When not writing about technical topics, he also shares his thoughts on Entrepreneurship, Indie Hacking, and Side Projects.
Tomasz writes about AWS in a way that helps frontend developers get into working in the cloud. He covers topics like AWS Lambda, using the AWS SDK, S3, SNS, and other AWS services.
Sean writes about working with AWS. He works as a DevOps engineer and distills those daily learnings into practical posts. Recent topics on his blog include setting up budget alerts, how to learn AWS on your own, and AWS white papers that are worth your time.
The blog covers Spring Boot and Microservices architecture. It also covers Java, System Design, and AWS Technologies. If you are looking to integrate different security protocols (SAML, WS-Federation, OAuth), the blog covers that as well. The blog is unique from the perspective of the implementation of key problems that developers face in the security domain.
Julien writes about working with AWS and Machine Learning. On his blog you'll find articles on topics like using Amazon SageMaker, updates from re:Invent, and working with TensorFlow using Amazon services.
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