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Category: Programing Language

New – AWS Toolkits for PyCharm, IntelliJ (Preview), and Visual Studio Code (Preview)

Software developers have their own preferred tools. Some use powerful editors, others Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) that are tailored for specific languages and platforms. In 2014 I created my first function using the editor in the console. Now, you can choose from a rich set of tools to build and deploy serverless applications. For example, the […]

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New – Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for Java

Customers are using to collect, process, and analyze real-time streaming data. In this way, they can react quickly to new information from their business, their infrastructure, or their customers. For example, Epic Games ingests more than 1.5 million game events per second for its popular online game, Fortnite. With Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics you can process data […]

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AWS Lambda Support for AWS X-Ray

Today we’re announcing general availability of support for . As you may already know from Jeff’s GA POST, X-Ray is an AWS service for analyzing the execution and performance behavior of distributed applications. Traditional debugging methods don’t work so well for microservice based applications, in which there are multiple, independent components running on different services. […]

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Coming Soon – AWS SDK for Go

My colleague Peter Moon wrote the guest post below and asked me to get it out to the world ASAP! — Jeff; AWS currently offers SDKs for seven different programming languages – Java, C#, Ruby, Python, JavaScript, PHP, and Objective C (iOS), and we closely follow the language trends among our customers and the general […]

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Simplified PHP Development – Z-Ray in the Cloud from Zend

PHP development on AWS just got easier today. Zend Technologies (the PHP company) is now delivering Z-Ray productivity booster for PHP developers on the . The success of a platform is based on many factors, developer productivity being one of the most important. Productivity leads to innovation and innovation leads to differentiation and (hopefully) success […]

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