Ruby to S3, an introduction guide to its AWS SDK

And finally we land into the world of Ruby, which has one of the most richest and finest SDKs when it comes to AWS. This tutorial is based on Ubuntu WSL, the subshell for the Redmond’s OS, and you can download it easily from the Microsoft store. Although recommended for the purposes of this guide,… Continue reading Ruby to S3, an introduction guide to its AWS SDK

Symfony 4: a CRUD tutorial, second edition

This tutorial follows another guide that I made, always about Symfony, but this time we’re talking about Symfony 4. As the framework evolves into new releases there might be some changes in methods, classes and tools. They may become deprecated or obsolete and new tools may be added, although some kind of retrocompatibility may be… Continue reading Symfony 4: a CRUD tutorial, second edition

Node.js to AWS S3, my introduction guide to the SDK

Dynamic languages may seem to be error prone in some ways because they often don’t have something like a compile time check and so on. Take the case of Node.js, it has a high level of abstraction (you don’t have to face the bare metal of your machine) and its simplicity and conciseness of syntax… Continue reading Node.js to AWS S3, my introduction guide to the SDK

Java and EC2: the AWS SDK in a few words

Welcome back you guys for this tutorial, and I’m super excited to present you the AWS Java SDK for EC2. Java is a statically typed language and allows us to take control over insidious bugs that otherwise would be evident only at runtime: leaving you guys no other choice than working for long hours on… Continue reading Java and EC2: the AWS SDK in a few words