I recently built Maestro, an open-source framework for serverless orchestration.
The rise of serverless architectures and FaaS offerings such as AWS Lambda has revolutionized how companies are developing modern apps. The need for an orchestration layer over these architectures has brought about services such as AWS Step Functions. However, deploying apps that use Step Functions can be tedious and error-prone. Maestro prioritizes speed and developer productivity by automating this process so that the developer’s focus stays on developing their application's business logic.View Case Study
A Trello-like app built with a React and Redux front end and Ruby on Rails back end
A Reddit-like app built with Rails and PostgreSQL deployed to Heroku
An app built with React that allows users to view and filter airline routes on a clickable SVG map