Building Lambda Binaries in the Cloud

I needed to build some binaries for a specific version of Linux. Because manually building in a VM is for chumps, I automated it in the cloud. It’s effectively two clicks (plus some confirmation steps). This post will touch upon a couple of difference services, then tie things together toward the end. But first a warning: … Continue reading Building Lambda Binaries in the Cloud

Developing For Alexa

I got a new Amazon Alexa a few weeks ago. [Full disclosure: I work for a company that’s owned by Amazon Web Services.] I find the technology a fun novelty, but I’m not sure it’s mature enough to be promoted to a central part of my home life beyond a music player and todo-list maker. That … Continue reading Developing For Alexa