Best of Bavaria: Bamberg

It's finally spring and the weather is nice and warm so we can get out of the house, enjoy the sun and fresh air and move more. We drove to Bamberg last weekend to visit the city, have lunch and try some of their famous beers. I finally had the chance to use my DSLR … Continue reading Best of Bavaria: Bamberg

“Angular & Beyond” Meetup @ FrankenJS

It was my first time attending the FrankenJS meetup. I came across it in the meetup's recommendations and I was super impressed with the next event so I decided to just register and go. The meetup was free and it was at one of the best locations where I have been, in the New Museum. … Continue reading “Angular & Beyond” Meetup @ FrankenJS

Hello World with Alexa and AWS Lambda

Creating an Alexa Skill with AWS Lambda is easy. I used the Hello World sample skill and this tutorial to deploy my first Alexa skill using AWS Lambda:ย Deploy a Sample Custom Skill to AWS Lambda. I had to jump between many pages to complete the tutorial so I summarize the steps with the corresponding links … Continue reading Hello World with Alexa and AWS Lambda

Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour

I was so happy when it was announced that Scott Guthrie is coming to Germany for the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tourย that I immediately registered for Munich. Many people came from all around Europe, there were even organized buses from Prague. The trip to Munich was a great adventure, to say the least. The … Continue reading Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour

Getting started with AWS: Cloud Compute

AWS offers the following cloud compute products: Lightsail for simple applications. EC2 if you need control of the OS and virtual machine. Elastic Beanstalk if you need virtual machines but want more automation done by AWS for you. ECS, Kubernetes for ECS and Fargate if you want to utilize containers instead of virtual machines. Fargate … Continue reading Getting started with AWS: Cloud Compute