Hi, I'm Alex, the creator of OpenFaaS and author of several independent eBooks.
I don't know about you, but I like learning with hands-on examples. Quite often I'll read blog posts, documentation and get pretty far that way on my own. The unfortunate down-side to that approach is that whatever you read online tends to get out of date very quickly - like my unit testing in Go blog post from 2017 or my content on OpenFaaS from the past 5 years. eBooks give me a chance to put everything in one place - up to date, and to guide you on a journey of learning.
What's in each book?
Everyday Go gave me a chance to update all my material, go much deeper and to cover new areas that would be useful at work.
Serverless For Everyone Else is designed to get you started writing functions, connecting to databases and writing useful code to automate things. It's the official handbook for OpenFaaS.
My Netbooting Workshop is probably the most specialist of the three. Use it to build a private cloud with fast network storage and K3s for scheduling applications. You'll find jump-off points and further exercises to try once it's all working.
Each book has a full contents page and comes with PDF and ePub. Some editions have a video walk-through or workshop to help you see it in action.
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