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How to Track Multiple Git Branches in AWS CodePipeline

September 11, 2019

CodePipeline is an impressive CI/CD service by AWS. Architect Lucas Still outlines best practices and approaches to setting up CodePipeline with your git repository in his step-by-step tutorial.

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Atlassian – Self-hosted Cloud versus Self-hosted In House, What’s Better?

September 4, 2019

Atlassian Data Center products can be hosted a number of different ways. Andy Dennis and Chris Nicosia break down the pros and cons of AWS, Azure, and on premises hosting for Atlassian products.

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Redirects Requests to a Domain with AWS Lambda

Redirect Requests To A Domain With AWS Lambda

April 20, 2018

Lambda is a serverless computing platform that allowscoding in C# (.NET Core), Go, Java, Node.Js, and Python. It can handle domain redirects, too!

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Introduction to Amazon DeepLens

An Introduction to Amazon DeepLens

February 2, 2018

DeepLens is an IoT (Internet of Things) and Machine Learning (ML) device that allows engineers to leverage AWS platforms for image recognition applications.

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Promoting Blog Entries with AWS Lambda and Slack

Promoting New Blog Entries with AWS Lambda and Slack

April 17, 2017

Here at Modus Create, we’re avid users of Slack as a team collaboration tool and have been working on ways to use it more as we go about our daily business. We also maintain a regularly updated company blog. Recently, we decided that it would be a fun learning exercise to combine these things and…

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Build an Alexa Skill with Python and AWS Lambda

August 11, 2016

Introduced in 2015, Amazon Echo is a wireless speaker and microphone device that allows users to interact with online services by voice. Alexa is the name of the speech service that powers Echo (and other devices), as well as a companion smartphone app for Android and iOS. It has a wide range of capabilities out…

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