Stack Overflow recently released “The 2021 Stack Overflow Developer Survey,” a report sharing the collective opinion of developers around the world about their habits, tools, needs, and compensation. Let’s look at what the survey reveals about cloud platforms, programming languages, web frameworks, databases, and other preferred tools.
A recent project at Webapper brought us back to three cornerstones of cloud migration strategy: rehost, replatform, rearchitect. In the near term, the goal is to rehost the application, a lift-and-shift migration to improve performance and set the stage for long-term, sustainable growth. But the roadmap is never a straight line...
We've had time to read through the results of the annual "State of ColdFusion" survey from TeraTech. It's a community-driven survey that tries to collect the sentiment of the ColdFusion community to identify trends. We wanted to share five key takeaways regarding the state of ColdFusion in 2021.
Webapper's CEO Patrick Quinn recently appeared on the Founders Focus podcast, where he spent some time describing "The Strangler Pattern". It's a technique we fully embrace at Webapper in our quest to migrate applications to cloud native architectures.
SaaS monetization is the process of deriving revenue from the value you offer from your software solution to your users. If you can’t monetize your SaaS application, then your development effort could end up as a life lesson instead of a fat bank account. And with the challenges of small budgets and slow revenue growth, it’s critical that SaaS companies deliver software that matchese evolving market landscapes.
As Webapper builds a growing portfolio of serverless applications -- FaaS, as we've outlined before -- we are continually embracing AWS Lambdas. We'll share some of our thoughts and experiences on AWS Lambdas so you can see if they fit for your cloud application development projects.
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