2019 was a year. In usual fashion I’ve decided to post a review of some of the things you may or may not have seen from me that I finished up along the way.
One of my few possessions is an abundance of poorly-chosen Amazon Route 53 domain names with outdated contact addresses from moving between overpriced apartments - I am what you might call a tech typical millennial.
So I wrote a Python package called
awsmailman to help do this for me and now you can use it too.
During AWS re:Invent this year AWS announced a new way to make HTTP APIs with API Gateway v2. It now includes things like native support for JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) and a vastly simplified number of AWS resources to get an API up and running. You can read about all the updates here in my post on the Serverless Blog.