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AWS is headed to Toronto. Join us at Collision 2019.

AWS is headed to Toronto!

Not only will we be eating poutine and exploring the streets of Night Summit, but AWS will be hosting Mentor Hours, where we’ll be connecting hundreds of startups to top speakers, lead investors, and members of the media, along with providing them with one-on-one time to ask questions. We’ll also have an “Ask Our Startup Experts” bar—featuring our Startup Solutions Architects and Business Development team. Interested in diving deep into technology? Join us for three jam-packed days of programming at the AWS Developer Theater, where AWS Technical Evangelists will be delivering talks on topics ranging from “Getting started with AWS for Developers” to “It’s the Jetsons Age: Robots & AWS RoboMaker.”

See below for a full schedule of where you can catch AWS speakers and mentors(please note, all times are Eastern Standard Time):

Tuesday, May 21

  • 10:00AM – Alex Casalboni: An Introduction for AWS for Developers
  • 11:00AM – Merritt Baer: INFOSEC CONTROLS and Real-World Threats
  • 12:00PM – Nicholas Walsh: Making sense of Machine Learning for your Organization
  • 1:00PM – Randall Hunt: An Introduction to Deep Learning
  • 2:00PM – Alex Casalboni: Porting your Web App to Serverless in 30 minutes
  • 3:00PM – Brent Langston: Using Containers, Part 1: How to containerize anything
  • 4:00PM – Shahab Mohsen: Running .Net Core and Microsoft Workloads on AWS

Wednesday, May 22

  • 10:00AM – Robert Zhu: An Introduction to AWS for Developers
  • 11:00AM – Fran Munz: Getting Started with Streaming Data for Event Driven Applications and Analytics
  • 12:00PM – Alejandra Olvera: Novack: It’s the Jetsons Age: Robots & AWS RoboMaker
  • 1:00PM – Robert Zhu: Building a Website on AWS
  • 2:00PM – Dennis Hills: 4 ways to Use Machine Learning for Mobile
  • 3:00PM – Brent Langston: Using Containers, Part 2: Deploying and Autoscaling our Containers
  • 4:00PM – Randall Hunt: Choosing the Right Database

Thursday May 23

  • 10:00AM – Kunal Batra: An Introduction to AWS for Developers
  • 11:00AM – Frank Munz: Introduction to Service Meshes
  • 12:00PM – Nicholas Walsh: Leveling Up Your Existing Machine Learning Applications
  • 1:00PM – Robert Zhu: Introduction to GraphQL
  • 2:00PM – Alex Casalboni: Supercharge your Product Development with Continuous Delivery & Serverless Computing
  • 3:00PM – Dennis Hills: 4 Ways to Use Machine Learning for Mobile
  • 4:00PM – Kunal Batra: Introduction to Computer Vision and Building Applications that can See

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