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Category: Conferences & User Groups

Visiting London

Jeff’s idea in the post below this one is so good that I am trying the same thing. Check out the wiki at http://s3.amazonaws.com/s3wiki/wiki/MikeCulverLondonMay2007 I plan to be in London to speak at Internet World on either May 1 or May 2 (which day is not finalized yet). I’ll be speaking about Amazon Web Services […]

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Evangelists Gone Wild – Speaking Engagements for November, 2006

Isabel Wang’s cool post reminded me that I need to update the speaking engagements calendar. This is what we have planned so far: November 1st – San Jose, California – Zend/PHP Conference and Expo November 2nd-3rd – Mountain View, California – Startup Camp November 7th – San Francisco, California – Web 2.0 November 7th – […]

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Amazon Web Serices in Winnipeg

Amazon Web Services has a number of evangelists, as previously noted, so I’d like to introduce myself (Mike Culver). Last night I had the opportunity to deliver the first in the series of presentations that Jeff recently announced. We had a near-record turnout of the Winnipeg .NET Users Group, with approximately 60 developers in attendance. […]

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Upcoming User Group Talks

Over the years we have found that user groups are great audiences for our Amazon Web Services Presentations. The attendees are often personally motivated to learn something new, and the Q&A is typically extensive. We’ve recently added three new evangelists to our team — one in Japan and two in the United States. Our new […]

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We Build Muck, So You Don’t Have To

Earlier today, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos gave the keynote presentation at the MIT Tech Review’s Emerging Technologies Conference. The conference was held on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There were two distinct parts to Jeff’s talk. In the first part, Jeff made sure that the audience knew the basic financial and numerical facts about […]

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Werewolves of London

I’m 2/3rds of the way through a trip that will take me to three cities in the UK and then on to Boston before returning home. Late last week I gave the keynote at the d.Construct conference in Brighton, and received quite a bit of nice blog coverage: Suw Charman was happy that I was […]

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