I wrote a post on The Scale Factory blog about remote pair programming and looked at tools and techniques like screen sharing, browser-based IDE, VS Code, tmux and tmate. The blog post is also available on Medium.
Sometimes I have the need to keep a local copy of an S3 bucket. Using the AWS console is ok if you just have few objects in the S3 bucket. But what do you do if you have hundreds of objects in your S3 bucket? The aws cli comes to rescue with this simple command:
aws s3 cp --recursive s3://my_s3_bucket .
The recursive flag downloads the entire S3 bucket recursively into the local directory (that’s what the dot at the end is for). The operation may take some time depending on the number of objects stored in the S3 bucket so be patient!
I recently wrote a blog post for the AWS blog. The blog post is available on the AWS Public Sector blog and describes how we are using AWS in the Dictionaries department of Oxford University Press to make high-quality language data available to licensees, software developers, and the wider public.