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Running and debugging Go Lambda functions locally

A solution without CLIs, Docker or big frameworks; just a binary, a debugger and simple configs. This article is also available on my blog.

Debugging locally a lambda function written in Go is not a trivial task, this article is my trial at this subject, it represents the result of a week of intense research and frustration pursuing a thing that should be trivial for any…




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