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Tag: Conferences & User Groups

Out of This World Cloud Computing at QCon in San Francisco

Early next month, Khawaja Shams and John Callas of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory will be speaking at QCon 2010 in San Francisco. The title of their session is Out of This World Cloud Computing. Here’s the description: This session will present MER operations as an excellent candidate for cloud computing. MER is the first NASA […]

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AWS Events for June and July of 2010

The AWS Marketing Team has been cooking up a number of really good events. Here’s what we have in store for you in June: I took this photo earlier this year when I visited NY, PA, and DC in the same week. June 15th – Jinesh Varia will discuss architectural design patterns in cloud computing […]

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Cloud Computing and Mobile Devices at the BlackBerry Developer Conference

AWS user Bob Wise (VP of Engineering for Melodeo, producer of nuTsie) asked me to pass along some information about his upcoming session at the BlackBerry Developer Conference (November 9-12 in San Francisco). Here’s the scoop: Developers who want to build scalable, cost-effective cloud-based solutions will be interested in this session. Learn about Melodeo’s client/server […]

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Meet me in Portland, OR this week

If you are in Portland, OR and are interested to learn more about the recent developments in Cloud Computing, then don’t miss the following two events: Sept 16 @ 6:00 PM: Cloud Computing Panel Discussion, organized by TiE Oregon and Portland SIG. Sept 17 @ 12:00 Noon: The Act of Making Clouds, half-a-day developer-focused conference, […]

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Live Oracle Webcast and Virtual Lab – Powered by AWS

On Wednesday, May 27th at 8:00 AM PST, the Oracle Technology Network will conduct a Virtual Developer Day. Developers will learn how Cloud Development Environments can help enterprise Java developers create Java and Rich Enterprise Applications without having to download, install, or configure a development environment on their machine. Attendees will receive technical training on […]

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Cloud Computing and Biomedical Research Roundtable in San Diego

Cirrhus9 (mentioned yesterday) and Pfizer are co-sponsors of a roundtable discussion on the topic of cloud computing and biomedical research. Amazon CTO Werner Vogels will be in attendance at this unique event, where they’ll discuss the emerging demands of biomedical research and how they can be met using cloud computing. The roundtable will be help […]

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Trip Report: Around the World

Last week I came back from my India and Japan trip – one of my best trips till date. It was a complete round trip around the globe – I traveled from Seattle to Mumbai (via Atlantic Ocean), traveled within India (Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata), continued to Sapporo and Tokyo in Japan (via Indian Ocean) […]

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On Condor and Grids

There is lots of buzz about Hadoop and Amazon EC2and of course there should be, given all the great projects such as the one that the New York Times one, where they converted old articles into PDF files in short order at a very reasonable cost. Theres a second environment you should know about, although […]

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Friday Lunch Meetup in New York

I’ll be in New York this coming Friday, the second leg of a trip to Washington, DC and New York. Via Twitter, Tristan Louis suggested a lunch meetup and I was happy to oblige. We’ll be meeting at the Union Square Coffee Shop at 12:30 on Friday the 2nd of May and you are welcome […]

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