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The AWS SDK for Java at re:Invent

The first ever AWS conference, re:Invent, has sold out! If you are one of the lucky people with a conference pass, we hope that you will come to hear Jason Fulghum and me speak about advanced features of the AWS SDK for Java and the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. On Wednesday morning after the keynote, I’m giving a presentation and live demo of the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse’s features. It’s called Develop, Deploy, and Debug with Eclipse and the AWS SDK for Java:

The AWS SDK for Java and the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse enable developers to easily manage AWS resources, quickly build web scale Java applications that interact with AWS services, and deploy those applications to the AWS platform. In this session, learn what functionality the AWS SDK for Java and the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse provide, see common usage scenarios with the AWS SDK for Java, and discover how to use the management, deployment, and debugging capabilities in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse.

Then on Thursday afternoon, Jason Fulghum will be sharing our best tips and tricks for getting the most out of the AWS SDK for Java in his presentation, Being Productive with the AWS SDK for Java:

The AWS SDK for Java includes several higher level APIs that make working with AWS simpler. Learn more about higher level APIs such as TransferManager, which allows you to easily manage asynchronous uploads and downloads from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3); the AWS DynamoDB Object Persistence Layer, which allows you to annotate your Java classes to specify how the SDK should map them to AWS DynamoDB tables when they are saved and loaded; and other higher level APIs such as the Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) JavaMail provider.

We hope to see you at re:Invent! But if you can’t make it this year, don’t worry — we’ll be sharing the tips in our talks, and more, right here on the AWS Java Blog in the months to come.