In a Serverless architecture, developers are able to create a short-lived, stateless function that has one responsibility.
The function’s responsibility could be processing a file upload, acting as an API endpoint for a specific task, etc.
What if there were a situation where you want to write functions that are not short-lived or stateless? This is where durable functions come in.
In this session, I will talk about durable functions and the different patterns and scenarios where it can be used. This can help us build more resilient functions with the serverless architecture
Nenne Adaora Nwodo (who fondly likes to be called Adora), is a Software Engineer based in Lagos, Nigeria. She currently works at Microsoft where she builds cloud services and high-value experiences related to Artificial Intelligence and Mixed Reality.
In 2018, she created a blog called AdoraHack where she publishes articles on Software Engineering, Productivity & Career Growth. In June 2019, she created a YouTube channel for AdoraHack where she posts tech content that could be useful to Software Developers.
Adora is a nominee of the Young CISO Awards 2020 (Young CISO Network), an award for young professionals in cybersecurity who go beyond the call of duty to make an impact in their workplace and industry. She is extremely passionate about the developer community and is trying to drive inclusion for women in technology. Adora also co-organizes community events, contributes to open source, mentors developers through the Microsoft LEAP program and speaks at technology conferences/meetups worldwide.