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AWS Re:Invent 2020

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Everything you need to get the most out of the this free, three week virtual event

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Hot takes on the announcements leading up to and happening throughout AWS re:Invent

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Week one of AWS re:Invent 2020 from my perspective. Tracking what sessions I'm taking in, the discussions I'm having, and other fun stuff!

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While there are a few events before Andy Jassy's keynote, this event really gets the show into high gear. Check out my takeaways from the keynote which is aired Tuesday, 01-Dec, 8:00—11:00am pacific time.

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A review of BLD205, "Monitoring Production Services at Amazon" by David Yanacek, Sr. Principal Engineer, AWS Lambda

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A review of SEC314, "Security Best Practices the AWS Well Architected Way" by David Yanacek, Security Lead, Well-Architected at Amazon Web Services

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A review of API302, "Building Event Driven Applications With Amazon EventBridge" by Stephen Liedig, Sr. Serverless Specialist Solutions Architect as AWS

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Week two of AWS re:Invent 2020 from my perspective. There's going to be a lot going on and I'll do my best to track it all here

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A breakdown of my session, DOP284-S, "Mistakes Were Made. Lessons Were Learned". It's available on-demand now

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Week three of AWS re:Invent 2020 from my point of view. There's been a lot going on over the past two weeks and there's still more to come!

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My thoughts on Werner Vogel's keynote at AWS re:Invent 2020. This keynote had a few services launches (there were great) and a much more important message for builders