Ah git. Git is powerfully ferocious utility for version control of the code for a software project, but you must tame the beastly demon of experience by coming to sumbling blocks, getting through them, and documenting how you did it. So, let's do it...
Yep, this blog post is the result of yet another great discovery by yours truly! After making a few AWS Lambda services that automate Twitter activity I realized that I needed to deploy the same function many times, each as a scheduled event in AWS but with slightly different configurations (such as twitter access keys for the desired account, keywords for posts to like, etc). I wanted to keep the same core codebase of logic for each type of lambda function but somehow deploy multiple versions of it, and I wanted to be able to upload the code in one place and have all the places where it's used be updated without having to deploy to each one individually. Here's how I managed to do it!
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