Tag: AWS Lambda
von Benjamin Schweizer (bs103) und Max Eichinger (me110) Abstract Können Passwort Manager Anbieter meine Passwörter lesen? Wir wollten auf Nummer sichergehen und haben unseren Eigenen entwickelt. Dieser Artikel zeigt auf welche Schritte wir hierfür unternehmen mussten.Dabei haben wir unser Frontend mittels Flutter und unser Backend in AWS umgesetzt. Außerdem gehen wir auf IaC mittels Terraform […]
Daniel Knizia – firstname.lastname@example.orgBenjamin Janzen – email@example.com The project CatchMe is a location-based multiplayer game for mobile devices. The idea stems from the classic board game Scotland Yard, basically a modern version of hide & seek. You play in a group with up to 5 players outside, where on of the players gets to be […]
When I was invited to a design thinking workshop of the summer school of Lucerne – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, I made my first experience with the end user interaction part of Industry 4.0. It was an awesome week with a lot of great people and made me interested in the whole Industry […]
Tweets by Donnie - Building a serverless sentiment analysis application with the twitter streaming API, Lambda and Kinesis
tweets-by-donnie dashboard Thinking of Trumps tweets it’s pretty obvious that they are controversial. Trying to gain insights of how controversial his tweets really are, we created tweets-by-donnie. “It’s freezing and snowing in New York — we need global warming!” Donald J. Trump You decide if it’s meant as a joke or not. But wouldn’t it be […]
Building serverless architectures is hard. At least it was to me in my first attempt to design a loosely coupled system that should, in the long term, mean a good bye to my all-time aversion towards system maintenance. Music information retrieval is also hard. It is when you attempt to start to grasp the underlying […]
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What I learned in building the StateOfVeganism ? By now, we all know that news and media shape our viewson these discussed topics. Of course, this is different from person to person. Some might be influenced a little more than others, but there always is some opinion communicated. Considering this, it would be really interesting […]
We present our own HdM Alexa Skill and share the experience we gained throughout this project. This time: Automating tests and deployment with Continuous Integration via Jenkins.
We present our own HdM Alexa Skill and share the experience we gained throughout this project. This time: Decisions, Developed Modules and Implementation.