Well it's been a little while since AWS released their API Gateway. I've been playing around with it in two modes: one for real work and the other for play work (more on that later, when it is time for the big reveal). I decided I should probably collect together some of my thoughts so far about Amazon's API Management service, also known as API Gateway.
I am a software designer, radio presenter of the Fusion Delusion and purveyor of fine purple toasters.
So I've been toying with the idea of doing software architecture in an "agile" or "lean" way. Sounds like a great way to spend a week in mad 'dicussions' with various people about the semantics of architecture and solution design and how little of it you should really do in order to be "lean".
Excuse the puns for the moment, but I have come across a number of cases of differing case for differing purposes in the case of software development.
This, therefore, is a case study of the true meaning of the term. Just in case you needed to know. So why not write about it.
Here's some secret sauce for you. 26% of songs are in C-major (also bundled with A-minor) as per this article. As for the rest? Well some appear to be in Rap Man Key.
What is Rap Man Key I hear you ask?
Well it goes something like this:
This is going to be another long one! Apologies for any typos, my cat was sitting on the keyboard for some period of time during the writing of this blog.
Today I will describe my obsession with the letter "X". No other letter was just quite as awesome during my childhood. Was there anything the letter X could not do? Triple X Radio being probably the most inappropriately named station, for a 7 year old. Keen? Read on!
XLAB, XLAB Computer Co. and XLAB OS