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Luciano Mammino
Web developer, entrepreneur, fighter, butterfly maker!

My Serverless talk at Shift conference in Split

This June, I had an amazing experience talking again about Serverless and how we use it at Planet 9 Energy at the recent Shift Conference in Split, Croatia.

In my talk titled "Serverless: The pros and cons of building a company
without infrastructure
", I tried to address what Serverless is and why is becoming such a big thing, also exploring what I believe are the pros and cons of this new paradigm.

The experience was great and I was super happy to have a chance to share the stage with extraordinary people in the industry such as: Chris Heilmann, Ike DeLorenzo, Ryan Christiani, Laura Carvajal, Aki Colovic, Demir Selmanovic, Christoph Reinartz, Dotan Simha and many others!

I really recommend you to watch their talks and follow them on Twitter.

Also, I have to give a big "THANK YOU" to Ivan Burazin for organising this event and for inviting me to talk.

Video

If you missed my talk (or if you really want to hear my curious "sicilian-english" accent again! 😅) you can check out the video recording of the talk, just published by the lovely folks at Shift. I have to say they made an amazing editing, I can almost feel like a professional:

Slides deck

As usual, my slides are available on Slides.com:

Twitter moment

I also created a Twitter moment to collect all my tweets related to this amazing conference.

I hope you will enjoy it:

Closing notes

If you are interested in Serverless and you want to learn how to use it, you might be interested in booking a slot at Skills Matter FullStack conference that is going to be hosted in London from the 12th to the 14th of July.

There, I will host a workshop together with the amazing Christos Matskas from Microsoft about adopting Serverless on AWS (Lambda) and Azure (Functions). It's going to be fun!

Until next time! 🤙

Luciano Mammino

Web developer, entrepreneur, fighter, butterfly maker!

Ireland / Italy http://loige.co
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