The sessions below are categorized. You can click on the topic to view the detailed description of each session.

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  • Build web based and native mobile apps (Level 200)

    This session will discuss best practices and industry trends for those developing mobile experiences. We will discuss a range of services and tooling AWS offers to mobile developers and business users. These include automated ways to test your apps, gather and gain insights from mobile analytics, and authenticate your users. The session is ideal for those considering or currently building web-based and native mobile applications. We discuss how deliver more engaging and high-quality apps quickly and cost effectively. 200 level session aimed at business users and app developers with limited awareness of AWS Mobile offerings.

    Build web based and native mobile apps
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  • Learn how and why to build chatbots

    Chatbots give customers fast, easy access to information and free customer service agents from mundane, repetitive tasks. Coupled with Amazon Connect, a simple to use, cloud-based contact centre, chatbots can help you innovate your customer service model quickly and cost effectively. But what is the most effective mix of live agent, chatbot, web and mobile interactions for your business? In this short 45-minute webinar, you will learn how, when and why to use chatbots. First, we show you how easy it is to build a new Amazon Connect contact centre. Then we’ll use Amazon Lex to build an intelligent conversational chatbot which is integrated with your new Amazon Connect contact centre workflows.

    Learn how and why to build chatbots
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  • Supercharging Applications with GraphQL and AWS AppSync (Level 200)

    In this webinar we’ll give you an overview the next generation technology for building APIs called GraphQL and how AWS AppSync takes advantage of GraphQL to make it easy to build collaborative mobile and web applications that deliver responsive and enhanced user experiences.

    Modern developers need easy tools for real time, offline access and synchronisation. These techniques are no longer optional for a great end user experience, yet they are difficult to engineer and scale from scratch. Implementing these concepts with modern data fetching patterns across web or mobile can also be difficult.

    AWS AppSync automatically updates the data for web and mobile applications in real time and synchronize data for offline users as soon as they reconnect, managing everything needed to store, process, and retrieve the data for your application. In this session, we will also cover how AWS AppSync allows you to query your data using GraphQL and how it handles mutations, subscriptions, pagination, relations, offline access, real time communications, conflict resolution, and efficient data fetching.

    What to expect:

    • Learn GraphQL Concepts
    • Understand how to use AWS AppSync with different data sources
    • Manage application data with real time and offline capabilities in the cloud

    This workshop is a Level 200 session and is best suited for:

    • Developers
    • DevOps
    • Solutions Architects
    • Engineers
    • Technical Managers

    Ed Lima, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
    Q&A: Nickk Sun, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

    Supercharging Applications with GraphQL and AWS AppSync
  • Introducing AWS Cloud9 (Level 200)

    Come learn all about AWS Cloud9, the newly announced integrated development environment (IDE) in the cloud. In this webinar we’ll give an overview of Cloud9 and do a live demo of exciting features and use cases.

    With AWS Cloud9 you can write, run, and debug code with just a browser. It includes a code editor, debugger, and terminal. Cloud9 comes pre-packaged with essential tools for popular programming languages including JavaScript, Python, PHP, and more, so you don’t need to install files or configure your development machine to start new projects. Cloud9 also provides a seamless experience for developing serverless applications allowing you to easily define resources, debug, and switch between local and remote execution of serverless applications. With Cloud9, you can quickly share your development environment with your team, allowing you to pair program and track each other’s inputs in real-time.

    What to expect:

    • Learn about AWS Cloud9, a cloud-based IDE
    • Learn new ways to develop code for serverless applications
    • Learn new ways for teams to collaborate on code


    This workshop is a Level 200 session and is suited for:

    • Developers
    • DevOps
    • Solution architects and engineers
    • Technical managers


    Speaker: Adam Larter, Developer Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
    Q&A: Ed Lima, Associate Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

    Introducing AWS Cloud9
  • Building Serverless Web Applications (Level 100)

    What if you could build a web application that could support true web-scale traffic without having to ever provision or manage a single server?

    In this session, you will learn how to build a serverless website that scales automatically using services like AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, and Amazon S3. We will review several frameworks that can help you build serverless applications, such as the AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM), Chalice, and ClaudiaJS.

    Building Serverless Web Applications
  • Serverless Solutions on AWS (Level 100)

    Hear how you can build web applications and mobile backends in a faster, more agile way. The webinar session introduces how you can use cloud services like AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, and Amazon DynamoDB to implement serverless architectural patterns that reduce the operational complexity of running and managing applications.

    Topics covered:

    • An introductory technical 101 introduction of Serverless solutions on AWS
    • How to build web applications and mobile backends in a faster, more agile way
    • Cloud services like AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, and Amazon DynamoDB
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    Serverless Solutions on AWS