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Add lambda to openfaas snowman blog #60

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rgee0 commented Jan 27, 2019

Signed-off-by: Richard Gee richard@technologee.co.uk

Add Lambda to OpenFaaS blog
Signed-off-by: Richard Gee <richard@technologee.co.uk>
title: "A snowman's journey: Lambda to OpenFaaS"
description: Richard Gee showcases a holiday project which demonstrates adding voice control to OpenFaaS functions using an Alexa skill and moving the handling function out of AWS Lambda onto OpenFaaS alternatives.
date: 2019-01-25
image: /images/lambda-to-openfaas-with-skill/background-brown-christmas.jpg

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BIN +2.18 MB images/lambda-to-openfaas-with-skill/background-brown-christmas.jpg

This image is too large, please resize 1600 on the width and export at ~= 250KB.

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- aws ?

What programming language? Add that too.

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As the festive season started to approach, as it tends to on a fairly regular and annual basis, I decided to revisit a project from the previous year where I used Amazon Echo to control a festive decoration. The _smart_ festive decoration remains synchronised with the colour of devices across the globe using the current [Cheerlights](http://cheerlights.com/) colour.

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It might be considered a nit, but we don't use double spaces after sentences anywhere in the documentation, existing blogs or in markdown. Can you sed -> ?

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