AWS News Blog

Stop Him Before He Links Again

A few interesting things in my Inbox today: Web Worker Daily asks So You Wanna Be a Web Tycoon? Amazon Can Help. They really seem to understand what we are talking about when we say “Web-Scale Computing.” As they note, “Were moving closer to the day when a non-programmer with a regular-sized wallet can come […]

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Catching Up

Time for one of my cleanup the inbox posts! I’ve been in the office all week, but I’ve been unbelievably busy while planning for my February trips to Utah, Vancouver BC, and London. Here are some of the cool things I’ve seen lately: Baseline Magazine has a really interesting article, Inside MySpace.com. In the article […]

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Snowbooks – Second Life Bookstore

Last week I received an invitation to check out the Snowbooks store in Second Life. I spent some time wandering around earlier today and liked what I saw. Here’s a full report. Snowbooks is a UK-based publisher and also an Amazon Associate. Their Second Life stores provides access to their own titles and to titles […]

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Top Ten Mistakes Startups Make Building Technology

Have been thinking about startups and technology, for the obvious reason that Amazon Web Services seem to serve Startup needs so well. That led to some discussion, followed by more thinking, and finally an inevitable top ten list. But rather than just saying these are the top ten mistakes that Startups need to avoid, it […]

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Florida Developers

As long as I’m blogging about upcoming presentations, it would be remiss not to mention the Miami Code Camp in Miramar on Saturday, Feb 10th and the Tampa .NET Users Group on Tuesday, Feb 13th. If you are able to attend either of these events, it’s an excellent opportunity to meet. Of course that leaves […]

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Texas Meeting Opportunities

Are you located in Dallas or Houston? During the week of Feb 25th Ill be in Texas speaking in both these cities. If your user group is interested in a presentation on Amazon Web Services, or if you are a developer whod just like to meet, please email me and Ill try to include you […]

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Speaking at Provo Labs Next Month

Image courtesy of go-utah.com As part of a 4-day recruiting and academic speaking trip to Utah, I will be speaking at Paul Allen’s Provo Labs Academy on the 8th of February. The final location will be determined based on the number of people who sign up, so visit Paul’s blog today and RSVP if you […]

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Enomalism Virtual Management Dashboard

The Enomalism Virtual Management Dashboard provides an easy to use interface to provision and manage a series of physical and virtual servers through a single integrated interface. Designed to work with Amazon EC2 and other virtualized environments, the Virtual Management Dashboard includes a dashboard, support for true elastic computing, dynamic, real-time virtual server management, disk […]

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Amazon’s Werner Vogels on Scalability

Over the last couple of years I have found that listening to podcasts is an effective way to learn and to keep up with what’s happening in the software industry. My car has an iPod interface built in, so I spend a few minutes each morning setting up a playlist for my daily commute. Last […]

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