Recently AWS announced that lambda functions now support dotnet core 2.0. This is great news if you’re creating asynchronous functions that are meant to run serverless. There is a lot of good documentation out there on how to get started if you’re using the standard Windows 10 / Visual Studio setup. However, if you’re just getting started with the CLI tools and, like me, are using a Mac (either with VS Code or Visual Studio for Mac), sometimes the documentation is a sparse or is located is disparate locations.
In this post, I’ll walk through the steps of getting a lambda function created and deployable via Jenkins. This assumes that you’re already comfortable working on your Mac (or Windows) creating basic dotnet core projects.
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