A big tradeoff for implementing a serverless architecture is cold start times. The serverless cold-start tax is typically within a few hundred milliseconds but it has been reported that Lambdas executed in the AWS VPC environment to take an upwards of seconds.
As a developer, I began looking into HTTP2 because I noticed Node.js 12.6 was implementing [native support](https://nodejs.org/api/http2.html). As I dug in, it was puzzling why people weren't making a bigger deal out of the update of the 20+ year-old HTTP 1.1 spec.
I just finished moving my personal website from Gatsby v1 to v2, So I thought now is a good time to talk a about my experience with Gatsby and why you should check it out.
I've watched a lot of Mr. Robot. I also have been binging two great podcast on hacking/IT security: _Darknet Diaries_ and _Hackable?_. These shows have made me slightly paranoid about application security.
Getting into Web Development can be tough when your first looking it because there is a lot going on. I made a video talking about three different things I've done to gey started in web development.
Hosting can be tough. The hardest part is figuring out exactly what you need. But when you do, you can achieve the maximum performance possible and keep your wallet full. I was able to take my monthly hosting bill from \$10 a month down to around 51¢. This was done by knowing exactly what I needed to host my site. I will be discussing all the types of host I've used for my personal sites, how much I paid, and how I ended up using an S3 bucket for my personal site hosting.
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