AWS Lambda Tutorial: Playing Math Games with Lambda

One of the things our software engineers like about building applications in the cloud is that there’s always something new to learn. Unfortunately, there’s always something new to learn, and (let’s face it) tutorials can get downright boring when you have a job to do.

With that in mind, RightBrain Senior Software Engineer David Barnett was inspired to put together an innovative AWS Lambda tutorial that is certain to keep you engaged. At our May AWS Michigan MeetUp, David will present “Beating the Odds: Playing Math Games with Lambda.” But we don’t want anyone to miss out just because they’re not in Michigan, so we’ll be live webcasting the presentation as well.

During his presentation, David will provide a fresh approach to learning how to use microservices using AWS Lambda and API Gateway. He’ll give concrete examples including:

  •      Visualizing the Mandelbrot sets
  •      Playing Monte Carlo simulations
  •      Visualizing Apache Spark and Databricks

At the end of the hour you’ll have a better understanding of how to use AWS Lambda and API Gateway – oh, and to have fun with it!

RSVP to join us at 6:45 ET on Thursday, May 26 at the RightBrain Networks office or at 7:00 ET via our webcast.

Update: View the recorded tutorial and join the AWS Michigan MeetUp group to learn about future presentations.

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