What happens when keeping it real on serverless goes really wrong?
We’ve all had that “oh no” moment. You just pushed an api call with “localhost” in the URL. The sinking realization that a runaway Lambda function has driven up your AWS bill or you forgot to adjust default timeout limits or a third-party service keeps failing—the list of horrors goes on and on.
There’s something cathartic (and useful) about discussing and learning from our serverless failures.