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Amazon’s Mechanical Turk: The First Three Weeks

Things have been even busier than usual here at Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle. On the evening of Wednesday, November 2nd, we announced that Amazon’s Mechanical Turk was ready for beta testing. Momentum for most beta tests builds quietly at first. A few users and developers put a toe or two into the water, give it […]

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Jobs on the Amazon ECS Team

We have some new job openings on the ECS team. Follow the links to learn more and to apply: Software Development Engineer Technical Program Manager Marketing Manager Product Manager Update (2016) – This post is ancient but still attracts some attention. Check out our list of AWS Jobs for current job openings.

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Amazon Historical Pricing Service Released

The Amazon Historical Pricing web service gives developers direct, programmatic access to over three years of actual sales data for books, music, videos, and DVDs sold by third-party sellers on Amazon.com. Third-party sellers can use this data to make pricing decisions based on historical prices and market trends. Access to this data costs $499 per […]

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New SQS Tutorial on IBM’s developerWorks

IBM’s developerWorks has posted a new tutorial, Introduction to the Amazon Simple Queue Service. This tutorial is actually the second part of a multipart series. The first  part, How to Use the Amazon E-Commerce Service, was published earlier this year. The tutorials are free, but registration is required.

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New Release of Associate-O-Matic

Version 2.5 of the Associate-O-Matic store builder is now available. The new release features enhanced control of the home page (more formats including single item and browse node, additional tabs), direct support for mod_rewrite to aid in search engine optimization, reporting, and improved caching. Two versions of Associate-O-Matic are available. The full version lists for […]

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AWS on the Road – September and October 2005

Note: Date of Utah PHP User’s Group changed to 29th. Amazon’s Web Services Evangelists will be attending and speaking at a number of conferences, user groups, and trade shows in the upcoming months. Here’s what we have on the calendar for September and October. If you are in the area and can attend one of […]

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