Remaining within the Node.Js framework, the Serverless framework documentation is very well done. It is definitely a quite different approach than normal, so I recommend that those who approach become familiar with the normal server. It’s a different paradigm of how to structure your application that brings advantages and disadvantages, as in all things. But being a different paradigm, a basic knowledge about servers is required in order not to run into trivial problems.
The choice of topic was decided on from the fact that I was using it on a mini personal project. I had read about this topic, became interested and wanted to experiment and I tried this framework. I wanted to use it on personal projects because you have a low use cost, and as you don’t have to pull on the server, this is definitely a plus point. As for downsides, at the time of having a constant flow, the payment model may not be so cheap compared to having a fixed server turned on.
As for my passions, I can say that all of them are very close to the issues of the community. In fact, I try to carry out personal projects or contribute to some open source projects. But one of my passions that differs a bit from all this world is magic, the famous card games with which I spend some of my free time away from the computer.
I was super lucky to have a computer at home since I was a child and I enjoyed working with the PC from the very beginning. Over the years, I approached the development part and that’s how my passion became my job. I transformed what I did in my free time into something profitable. Initially, I learned everything on my own, I followed articles and forums to delve into concepts that I did not know and then learned. I got my degree in Computer Engineering. Even now I keep up-to-date following blogs, news, Twitter, blog posts written by other more or less famous developers and I also attend some events that give me the chance to be compared with some other developers. I attend the communities meetups as well.