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Server less Application with NodeJS: A New Paradigm  RSS feed

 
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First of all congratulations Authors for this great title.

Well, I have been a seasoned Java developer(server-side developer) for years now.
Just wanted to ask a basic question - what are the pre-requites to jump into server-less world ?

Can this book be a good self-starting point to enter to this new world ?
 
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Thanks! The only prerequisites for our book is basic knowledge of JavaScript and Node.js (a few tutorials are a good starting point), and very basic understanding of AWS, but we tried to put enough links that you can follow and learn more about AWS services, so that shouldn't be a blocker.

Can this book be a good self-starting point to enter to this new world ?



I hope it can We tried to write the book in a beginner-friendly way, and feedback so far sounds like we managed to do so, but I would love to hear your feedback
 
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