Lucas Holmquist

Sr. Software Engineer

Lucas is a Sr. Software Engineer at Red Hat. He is focused on the Node.js developer experience on Openshift as part of the Nodeshift Project.

While he is not a Node.js expert, He does pretend to be one at work.

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Use the Chrome DevTools inspector to debug a program built with Node.js functions, first in a local container and then on a Red Hat OpenShift cluster.


Best of NodeConf Remote: The 30-second review

Get the NodeConf Remote 2021 highlights, including the Node-RAPIDS machine learning framework, cloud-native Node.js development on Kubernetes, and more.


Node.js circuit breakers for serverless functions

Use Opossum, a Node.js implementation of the circuit breaker pattern, to solve a persistence challenge in Red Hat OpenShift Serverless Functions.


Node.js serverless functions on Red Hat OpenShift, Part 2: Debugging locally

Learn how to run and debug Node.js applications locally with Visual Studio Code, in Part 2 of this series on Node.js serverless functions.