Unlike any software engineer you have ever met ... ! My past professions as a copywriter, social media manager, and odd job freelancer mean I bring a unique perspective to software development. Sure -- writing code is fun, but code can only be as good as the humans who write it. As much as I enjoy building software, the thing that really makes my job rewarding is the innovation that can happen when a team makes an intentional effort to nurture collaboration, cooperation, and -- most importantly -- care and compassion. Curious by nature and drawn to novelty, after spending five years as a developer at Twilio, I am excited for my new adventure as Developer Advocate for Stacklet.io. I like snowboarding, plants, Britney Spears, and true crime documentaries. My favorite animals are humans and my favorite hobby is kindness. Pronouns are she/her.
With $4m in seed funding, Stacklet is well on its way to strengthening the web of cloud services we run on.
A light touch tour of Cloud Custodian and some of its most common use cases in both Azure and AWS.
If you are new to both AWS and Cloud Custodian, this tutorial from the AWS Open Source Blog is a great place to start.
Learn how to take advantage of the integration with AWS Cloud Security in Cloud Custodian.
Just five months out of stealth, Stacklet secures $18m in Series A funding.