Danielle Heberling

Software Engineer

The Secret Lives of Failed SQS Messages

September 18, 20195 min read

Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash A common pattern in serverless architecture is to have a queue before a function. This is great because you can create a second queue for all of the messages that failed in the function execution (or, if we want to put it in terms that don’t…

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Automated React Frontend Deploys

August 29, 20195 min read

As the frontend and backend are slowly merging closer together, more and more folks are writing full stack applications. While Serverless mostly is referring to the underlying infrastructure that tends to live a bit closer to the backend side, you can also use a serverless…

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Rekognition - Facing My Artificial Intelligence Fears

July 03, 20195 min read

Artificial intelligence (henceforth referred to as AI for the rest of this post) is becoming more and more prominent in our lives whether we realize it or not. This fact both excites and terrifies me as an individual. It is exciting because AI has the major potential to make all…

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Building a Better Product through Customer Service

May 21, 20195 min read

As an individual coming from a customer support background that knows the value of being on the front lines, I am ecstatic that Stackery focuses on the customer across all teams. Moreover, I’m excited by the impact of having the front line perspective ingrained in the product we…

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