Webhooks Explained Simply… With Car Shopping!

Event-driven architectures are hard technical concepts to understand. But if you’ve ever been car shopping, you might know more about them than you realize.

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Webhooks. Some developers love them, some developers hate them. Non-developers love saying it. It’s a fun word. Sounds like…

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I am a serverless architect with a strong focus on API design and standardization, event-driven architectures, and software automation.

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Allen Helton

Allen Helton

I am a serverless architect with a strong focus on API design and standardization, event-driven architectures, and software automation.

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