Year in Review, 2013

Yan Cui

I help clients go faster for less using serverless technologies.

As 2014 dawns upon us, here’s a quick look back at what I got up to in 2013.

 

I went to some conferences and gave some talks.

 

I went on .Net Rocks to talk about building games in F#.

 

I went on Mostly Erlang with Bryan Hunter and Phil Trelford.

 

I did a show with Community for F#.

 

I co-authored a white paper for InfoQ.

 

I worked on some projects.

 

I learnt Dart and made some mini-games with Dart and StageXL.

 

I also spent some time learning Clojure.

 

I briefly rekindled my interest in Project Euler.

 

And finally, here are my top 10 posts in 2013.


 

Whenever you’re ready, here are 4 ways I can help you:

  1. If you want a one-stop shop to help you quickly level up your serverless skills, you should check out my Production-Ready Serverless workshop. Over 20 AWS Heroes & Community Builders have passed through this workshop, plus 1000+ students from the likes of AWS, LEGO, Booking, HBO and Siemens.
  2. If you want to learn how to test serverless applications without all the pain and hassle, you should check out my latest course, Testing Serverless Architectures.
  3. If you’re a manager or founder and want to help your team move faster and build better software, then check out my consulting services.
  4. If you just want to hang out, talk serverless, or ask for help, then you should join my FREE Community.

 


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