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Email can be challenging to set up correctly for high-quality delivery, but this article helps you through the process so that Amazon SES does the heavy lifting, leaving you with the energy to focus on building great software.
Last Modified: Oct 24, 2013 23:23 PM GMT
Create HTML POST forms that allow your web site visitors to upload files into your S3 account using a standard web browser.
Last Modified: Jan 30, 2013 2:19 AM GMT
Which data store should you use in your Python application? AWS community developer Reza Lotun discusses the merits of each option available on AWS.
Last Modified: Jul 26, 2010 17:11 PM GMT
New to AWS? This article walks through three popular Amazon services (Amazon S3, Amazon SQS, and Amazon EC2) using the boto library for Python.
Last Modified: Jul 26, 2010 17:11 PM GMT
Use the Marajo framework to help migrate your Django or Pylons application to Amazon Web Services.
Last Modified: Jul 26, 2010 17:11 PM GMT
This document provides a quick guide on how to use Elastic MapReduce to develop, debug, and run job flows that have multiple steps.
Last Modified: Jul 9, 2010 19:35 PM GMT
Data Wrangling blogger and AWS developer Peter Skomoroch gives us an introduction to Amazon Elastic MapReduce. Peter Skomoroch is a consultant at Data Wrangling in Arlington, VA where he mines large datasets to solve problems in search, finance, and recommendation systems.
Last Modified: Apr 8, 2009 1:05 AM GMT
Expert AWS developer Mitch Garnaat takes us through his Monster Muck Mashup application, which supercharges the process of converting video for his iPod. Mitch uses Amazon S3 for rock-solid video file storage, Amazon EC2 to rip through the video conversion, and Amazon SQS for messaging during the conversion carnage.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:18 PM GMT
AWS developer Mitch Garnaat demonstrates simple object persistence with Amazon SimpleDB.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:02 PM GMT
Mitch Garnaat boosts his massively scalable Monster Muck video conversion service by ripping out complexity and plugging in a turbo-charged logging feature, powered by Amazon SimpleDB.
Last Modified: Sep 21, 2008 22:01 PM GMT
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