The web has gotten much harder to develop for, says Tom MacWright.
On August 25, 2005, I quit my day job to devote more time to my growing blog (ReadWriteWeb) and become a freelance analyst and writer.
In my latest column for The New Stack, I talk to Emrah Samdan from Thundra — a serverless product built on Lambda — about platform power and the promise (and limitations!) of serverless.
Good BBC article describing the impact of HyperCard, pre-Web software from Apple released in 1987. It enabled you to create hypertext “cards,” that in many ways anticipated what websites would become several years later.
Something a bit different today. I came across an excellent article in New York magazine entitled A Historian of Economic Crisis on the World After COVID-19. It was an interview with Adam Tooze, “a leading expert on how economic crises have remade the modern world.” He had some interesting thoughts about how the current pandemic is intertwined with the climate change movement.
Last night I started reading George Dyson’s new book, Analogia: The Emergence of Technology Beyond Programmable Control. I’ve already highlighted some choice quotes…
For this week’s column, I spoke to Evan Weaver (ex-Director of Infrastructure at Twitter) about his serverless database company Fauna.
Looking forward to the new George Dyson book.
Connecting to Forestry CMS for mobile accessibility.
In my column this week for The New Stack, I talked with Nader Dabit, senior developer advocate at Amazon Web Services (AWS), about the state of serverless technology. Dabit also has a new book out, published by O’Reilly Media, entitled ‘Full Stack Serverless.’’ It’s a guide to building full-stack applications using React, AWS, GraphQL and AWS Amplify.