Nami is an open-source, serverless framework for consuming webhooks at scale.
Built with Node.js, Docker, MongoDB, and AWS services, Nami accomodates bursty webhook traffic by using AWS Lambda functions to automatically scale compute resources.
I presented my journey on building Nami for Community Hack Night on May 13, 2019.
A Trello-like application built with React/Redux and Ruby on Rails that enables users to create, edit, and delete boards. Users can also create and modify lists and cards within boards.
More About Me
I have several years experience with a variety of languages and technologies, including Node.js, Ruby, PostgreSQL, React/Redux, and Rails.
I have spent a lot of time with Amazon Web Services, such as Lambda, API Gateway, SQS, and EC2.
I have spent most of my adult life living and working in Japan, and can both speak and write Japanese fluently at a business level. I have worked in a variety of industries from finance to beer, and I thrive in environments where I have opportunities to contribute while learning new, interesting things.