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Tag: Conferences & User Groups

Amazon Web Services in Japan and India

My last trip to India was in the pleasant winter and it was packed with action. I met with Wipro, Infosys, Patni, Accenture, Symphony and various other small and large companies. It was 14-day 5-city tour with stops in Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad. Met a lot of people and made tons of new […]

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New Zealand Trip Report

If there was ever any doubt about the power each of us have, this week proved that one person makes a real difference. I am midway two-week trip to New Zealand and Australia, and writing this post from New Zealand. The person that Im talking about is Nick Joneslet me explain how this evangelism trip […]

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The Best time to be a developer is Right now!

Last week I spent my time evangelizing in Texas (Austin, Fort Worth, North Dallas, Richardson and Bryan) – Met tons of cool developers, hackers and enthusiasts. I met the most extravagant variety of people in this one trip and as I write this blog post, I tell myself “The best time to be a developer […]

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Reminder: The Startup Project Coming Right Up

UPDATE: Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is expected to join Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr in a visit to the Silicon Valley reception on Wednesday night. Their schedules are tight, but they are both going to try. A few weeks ago Jinesh blogged about the Startup Project, which will be held in Silicon Valley, […]

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Coming to Minneapolis and Eau Claire

A reminder that if you’re in the Twin Cities or Northwest Wisconsin, I’ll be visiting for two user group presentations. On Wednesday, September 5th, I’ll be visiting the Twin Cities Linux Users Group. (http://www.tclug.org/), which meets in Minneapolis on the University of Minnesota campus. On Thursday evening, September 6th, I’ll travel to Eau Claire, and […]

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Calling Web 2.0 Developers in the EU!

Are you in the UK or Europe and using Amazon Web Services? If so, we’d love to hear from you about your use of AWS. We’re trying to establish a list that shows the variety of interesting uses in that area of the world. Please email us at evangelists at amazon dot com if you […]

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More Trips Coming Up…

Mike, Jinesh, and I have been maintaining a pretty hectic travel schedule, flying here, there, and everywhere to talk about the Amazon Web Services. We are already putting together our schedule for the fall of 2007 and the spring of 2008 and our calendar is filling up fast. If you run a user group and […]

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See you in the UK?

I am just about set for my next UK trip, but there are still a few open issues: I have an appointment labeled “Lunch at Wagamana” on the 19th, but no other details. Please add details to the Wiki page or send a note to evangelists at amazon.com . I have some open time in […]

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See You in DC Next Week…

The user-generated schedule for my trip to Washington, DC is looking good, with a nice mix of presentations and developer meetings. Let’s hope that the temperature and the humidity are below 90 degrees and 90 percent, respectively. If you are not on my schedule, perhaps you can make it to one of my public events: […]

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Webmail’s Bill Boebel talks about Amazon S3

Bill Boebel, CTO of Webmail.us and a heavy user of Amazon S3, recently spoke at the ISPCON conference. Bill was kind enough to post the slides from his talk on this blog post. You can also read a review of Bill’s talk here. Here’s my 2 minute overview of the slides (that’s a direct link […]

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