Italian | Musician | Traveler | Technical Evangelist @ AWS https://aws.amazon.com/developer/community/evangelists/alex-casalboni/ Opinions are my own.
…in the sense that you could have taken care of it yourself (as you’d do on your local machine). But I think it’s a great way to streamline the development experience and reduce the margin for error, especially when you work on multiple projects and multiple accounts.
…his Amazon Machine Image, which includes at least 90% of the dev tooling you need. For example, the AWS CLI, sam-local, git, gcc, c++, Docker, node.js, npm, nvm, CoffeeScript, Python, virtualenv, pip, pylint, boto3, PHP, MySQL, Apache, Ruby, Rails, Go, Java, etc. In case anything is missing, you can always install it :)
…outage and posted about it on Twitter and Hacker News. While waiting for the outage to end, we also increased DNS TTL so that the amount of DNS queries would be as low as possible. Shortly after that, we received a reply from Gandi.net informing us that NIC.io was fixing the problem.