Have you considered opening sourcing any of your work? It might seem daunting, but in reality it’s not all that difficult. Here’s a brief introduction based on my first open source experience.
A multitudinous method to make a HTTP request meet a matching HTTP response.
Our team wanted to validate the Application Load Balancers (ALBs) in our environment after a deployment – the problem was they were lost amongst all the other ones in there. They were tagged, but we couldn’t work out how to find them – until we saw the Resource Tagging API.
Sometimes using Excel to look at data works really well. Other times, such as when you are trying to make sense of a 170MB file of AWS EC2 pricing data it just sucks. Luckily R exists and can do the job really well! In this post I’ll run through some of the features of R and produce a nicely formatted CSV of on-demand EC2 pricing data.