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New AWS Certification for DevOps Engineers

As more companies are adopting cloud computing, they are also establishing DevOps practices within their organizations as a way to provide stable, secure, and predictable IT environments and increase IT efficiency. When I talk to our customers they tell me that they are looking for IT professionals with cloud computing expertise, with a special focus […]

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New Internet of Things (IoT) Hack Series at the AWS Loft – Sign up Now!

Are you familiar with the Internet of Things (IoT) concept? Compact, low-cost, Internet-connected devices are now embedded in cars, buildings, factories, appliances, and so forth. The devices collect light, weight, temperature, humidity, vibration, location, or pressure data and then forward it to another location for storage, processing, analysis, and action. New Challenges The low-cost nature […]

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Now Available – Version 2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby

The first stable release of version 2 of the is now available, complete with support for more than 40 AWS services. You can install the aws-sdk gem from RubyGems and get started with the new SDK right now. My colleagues have been writing detailed blog posts about the new features as part of the development […]

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Speak to Amazon Kinesis in Python

My colleague Rahul Patil sent me a nice guest post. In the post Rahul shows you how to use the new Kinesis Client Library (KCL) for Python developers. — Jeff; The Amazon Kinesis team is excited to release the Kinesis Client Library (KCL) for Python developers! Developers can use the KCL to build distributed applications […]

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Developer Preview of Version 3 of AWS SDK for PHP

Version 3 of the is now in Developer Preview and available on GitHub and Composer. Along with significant performance improvements, v3 brings a number of brand new features. Using the new version, you can now make asynchronous requests with Futures and Promises, query API responses with JMESPath, and bind default request parameters to service clients. […]

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AWS SDK for Python (Boto) Now Supports Python 3

The (also known as Boto) has been updated and is now compatible with Python 3. You can now build AWS applications using versions 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, and 3.4 of Python. Here’s a screen shot of some Boto code running on Python 3.4.1: (py3)$ python Python 3.4.1 (default, May 19 2014, 13:10:29) [GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple […]

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