At the Startup Central stage at re:Invent 2018, companies such as Buzzfeed, Reddit, and Affirm delivered presentations covering a variety of topics, including building out a blockchain infrastructure, securing microservices on AWS ECS, and building a serverless and compute infrastructure at scale. Watch them all here.
On the second day of Startup Central at re:Invent 2018, companies such as Bebo, Robinhood, Bill.com, and Coinbase delivered presentations covering a variety of topics, including using Amazon SageMaker and AWS Elemental, creating a self-service data platform, and a primer on Crytocurrency.
This year, the AWS Startups team put together a central place for all things startups at re:Invent. Located in the Aria expo hall and featuring a variety of activities, the space—dubbed Startup Central—was bustling from beginning to end. Watch the dozen+ talks that were given over the course of three days.
The Startup’s Guide to re:Invent includes of the key moments from the overall re:Invent schedule, and the startup-specific sessions.
We’re excited to partner with AWS to launch the Vision Developer Contest! Build an awesome app powered by the Mapbox Vision SDK. The first 500 participants to register will receive $50 worth of free AWS credits to help you get started, and one developer will win an all-expenses-paid trip to AWS re:Invent this November.
We may be nearing the end of the 2018 but there are no signs of slowing down for the AWS Lofts, located in New York and San Francisco. The AWS Lofts host Architecture Weeks, or a series of technical sessions that are either single or multi-day events. These events are completely free of charge for attendees and are focused on a specific solution or service, such as Security or Machine Learning.
Watch the startup talks from at the AWS Summit held on September 20rd, 2018 in Toronto. From best practices for building a data team to utilizing machine learning to analyze trillions of records, the talks covered a wide array of topics from the local community.
The AWS Lofts are located in New York and San Francisco and are an excellent resource for startups and developers for a variety of reasons. One of those reasons is the AWS Architecture Weeks, which are a series of technical sessions that are free for attendees.
From Tuesday September 18 through Thursday, September 20, AWS experts and customers will host online talks dedicated to the retail and hospitality industry.
On Thursday, October 3th, AWS Startup Central will be hitting Canada for the second time at the AWS Summit – Toronto!