“Google Cloud Platform and Firebase gives Hacker Noon the flexibility to craft a custom publishing platform optimized for technologists,” said Hacker Noon Interim CTO Dane Lyons. “Our serverless infrastructure will generate static content and pipe it into the low latency, low-cost Google Cloud CDN. We’re excited to focus on important product details and worry less about devops and cost optimizations.”
As a startup working to free ourselves from platform dependency, it’s humbling to have Google support our own infrastructure. These resources make our future more secure, our monthly burn rate more manageable, and ultimately provide a stronger partner for serving high volumes of traffic in the long-term. We’re very excited about launching the next iteration of Hacker Noon with Google Cloud Platform and Firebase!
In honor of Google’s support, we’ve dug into the Hacker Noon library, and would like to share 50 stories about Google*:
Thanks Google! For giving startups a chance** at independence and prosperity.
*We decided to leave some of our more critical articles of Google, likeHow Google Will Collapse, off this particular list. But rest assured, this grant won’t impact our editorial line. Whatever tech or company you are in favor or not in favor of, there is always a place for well written stories by tech professionals onHacker Noon.Contribute today.
**If you are a rapidly growing startup thinking about building on Google Cloud Platform, you can apply for credits yourself!Apply here.