Tag: AWS Lofts
This month we’re hosting six in-person events for startups looking to optimize their product for better PMF and understand how to build to MVP. There’s no need to be a current AWS customer, any startup can attend!
If you’re an entrepreneur with a great idea or a burgeoning startup looking for support, we invite you to immerse yourself in this innovative space and its thriving community at 525 Market Street. The SF AWS Startup Loft is open to all startups building on-cloud and is a free benefit for existing AWS Activate customers.
AWS is bringing the best startup content of the event (plus the party!) to the newly reopened AWS Startup Loft on San Francisco’s Market Street. From November 29 to Dec 1, the Loft will be home to livestreams of keynote speeches from AWS leaders. But this is more than just a watch party. Read on to learn everything you’ll be able to enjoy at the free San Francisco event.
Co-Founded by CEO Julie Despraz, Swedish startup Alloverse has developed an open-source platform for virtual collaboration that is being used to build the spatial internet. The company’s platform and tools enable users to create virtual workspaces and 3D applications to populate them. We recently sat down with Despraz to chat VR, sustainability, and celebrating even the smallest of wins.
The EMEA Startup Loft will feature four event streams covering business and technical content for startups at all stages of their journeys, along with the chance to connect one-on-one with a member of the AWS Startups team. Sessions will include monthly “Getting Started on AWS” presentations, deep-dive technical workshops for startup developers, vertical-specific Industry Days, and more.
Engineering Manager of Infrastructure, Jacob Stultz, and Senior Platform Engineer, Jeff Pollard, of Strava, share how they rely on a robust ephemeral cache in Redis to more quickly and effectively service the majority of their reads.
Whether it’s choosing data, sources, or features to include, all are steps where bias can be introduced to your AI model. Sift CEO Jason Tan unpacks these complexities in a fireside chat.
Our panel of experts at our AWS Loft in New York discuss why culture is vital to any startup that wants to survive past its early days.
Gain insights into BARK’s wins and losses and how they were able to build a successful recurring revenue model with Co-founder Carly Strife.
Ellie Wheeler, partner at Greycroft Partners, shares best practices and tips on how to get started and funded through a VC.