Danielle Heberling

Software Engineer

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The Problem with "It Works on My Computer"

March 20, 20232 min read

Disclaimer: This is an opinionated post based off of my own experience. Your experience and opinions may differ and that is okay. I welcome your respectful and engaged conversation. Most of my cloud experience is with Amazon Web Services, so this post will be AWS heavy. A lot of…

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Serverless Weather Reporting with AWS Step Functions and CDK

March 05, 20233 min read

Background I live in the Pacific Northwest. Approximately 1-2 times per year, it snows. When this happens, people act shocked because “it never happens here.”* Our local governments do not have many snow plows nor do they salt the roads much…

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AWS Application Composer, the App Building Future We Need

December 03, 20223 min read

At re:Invent 2022, Werner Vogels announced the preview of AWS Application Composer. I don’t want to write an overview or “getting started” guide, because you can read fantastic ones from people in the community. The focus of this post will be an overview of the problems that I…

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Improved git workflows with graphite.dev

October 02, 20222 min read

Current Landscape Git is a tool that many tech people use. It’s great for the most part. There are some pain points that could improve the experience. My issues revolve around collaboration with others. Here’s some examples. As someone requesting…

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