Nick Miller

Hi, I'm Nick

I'm a software engineer in Los Angeles.

I'm a co-creator of Nami , a serverless framework designed to consume webhooks at scale, built using Node.js and AWS services.


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.


Tech Talk

I presented my journey on building Nami for Community Hack Night on May 13, 2019.

Other Projects

  • Nello

    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.

  • Postit

    Reddit-like applications built using Ruby on Rails and Javascript. Allows users to create, update, and delete posts. Users can also create and login to their account, create comments, and vote on comments and posts.

  • Todo List

    JavaScript application providing users with a todolist featuring a comprehensive set of features, including sorting and filtering.

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.