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Tag: Conferences & User Groups

Colorado Trip: Developers Wanted

Our Wiki experiment is now a standard scheduling tool! I am available for meetings in Colorado On June 25 and 26, and am willing to drive to almost any destination along the Front Range. If you would like to schedule some time, simply edit the Wiki page at http://s3.amazonaws.com/s3wiki/wiki/MikeCulverDenverJune2007. I am happy to visit with […]

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Are You In the Dallas Area?

I’m visiting Dallas next week to present to the Dallas ASP.NET Users Group on Tuesday, May 22. If you are interested in meeting with me, having me present to your users group, etc., please email me to set something up. Am open on Wednesday (all day) as well as Thursday morning. –Mike Culver

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Who’s coming to RailsConf?

RailsConf 2007 – O’Reilly’s Rails Conference is one conference that I think you should not miss. The Rails Community is growing faster than we can imagine. Amazon Web Services is going to be there at the conference to answer your Ruby/Rails questions. Check out the following places, if you want to learn more about AWS: […]

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Keep Me Busy in London

In what is now becoming a standard part of our trip planning process, I am making myself available for meetings in London during the week of May 13th. If you would like to schedule some time, simply edit the Wiki page at http://s3.amazonaws.com/s3wiki/wiki/JeffBarrLondonMay2007 . I am happy to visit with companies, individual developers, bloggers, and […]

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News from ETech

Alex Iskold has written a very lucid summary of Werner Vogels’ Etech keynote from earlier today. Of course, I agree with his summary: AWS is continuing to impress. Amazon is now focused on amplifying the customer success stories and turning that buzz into more customers. Given the pricing and simplicity of AWS, it appears that […]

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AWS Gathering at ETech – Register Now

If you will be coming to the Emerging Technology Conference next week, we’d like to invite you to a special gathering of AWS customers. To register, send  an email to aws@amazon.com . Other important ETech events include Amazon’s Werner Vogel’s talk about Building Scalable Infrastructure, which should go well with Don MacAskill’s threat to Set […]

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Attention Massachusetts Developers

I’ll be presenting to the New England VB Professionals Group in Waltham on Thursday, April 5th. Hope to see you there! If you’d like to meet on Friday, April 6 I still have some time open. Am planning to fly back out of Hartford, CT so anyone west of the Boston Metro area is welcome […]

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Two More Conferences

March and April is definitely conference season for us. Here are two more upcoming events: On Friday, March 23rd I will be judging the Under the Radar “Why Office 2.0” competition in Santa Clara, California. Registering through that link will entitle you to a $100 VIP discount. On Monday, March 27th I will be speaking […]

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Webmail.us

AWS user Bill Boebel of Webmail.us will be presenting at the upcoming ISPCON conference in Orlando, Florida. Bill’s talk will cover the use of Amazon S3 to create a successful email archiving service. Here’s the official description: With the advent of utility-based services such as the Amazon Web Services S3 Storage Grid, new applications and […]

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Upcoming Conferences – Spring 2007

Conference season gets underway for the AWS Developer Relations team later this month. We will be speaking at and/or exhibiting at a number of events. Here’s our itinerary: March 19-23, SDWest in Santa Clara, California. AWS developers can get registere here and get a free expo pass (or $300 off of a VIP pass) using […]

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