For those of you who attended re:Invent last week, have you recovered yet? I feel my life expectancy may be a month or two shorter as a result of the trip, yet somehow AWS and the cloudy attendees present managed to make it better nonetheless.
Ever tried to explain to someone that you’re going to Las Vegas for a serious business trip? Good lord it’s difficult. Something about the Nevada desert seems to make everyone assume you’re on ‘a jolly’. What’s the truth?
Last month, my fellow Cloudreachers and I took part in Ludum Dare, a global game jam in which you are challenged to make a video game in a single weekend - certainly no mean feat. Take a look at what we came up with.
I recently got involved in a Hackday that energised both me and room full of very clever people.
The power of what can be achieved through collaboration, creativity and the latest in cloud technology to enable, rather than inhibit, was a great thing to experience. Let me start at the beginning, the challenge...
My last post came from Seattle airport, but this was written over a craft ale in a Las Vegas hotel following a spectacular re:Invent conference where AWS, once again, demonstrated their truly insane capability to innovate at a rapid pace. While in Vegas, I attended a few really interesting sessions relating to security in AWS, so I thought a quick followup post to the recent DevSecOps post was in order.
As re:Invent kicks off today, over 13,000 registered attendees will attend the world’s hottest public cloud event. We’ve asked our team going to the event on some dos and don’ts. Heres some of their suggestions below, if you’d like to add anything feel free to comment - enjoy!
As a consulting partner for a number of global leaders in the world of cloud computing, Cloudreach is committed to bringing its customers the very latest in news, innovations and trends from the world of business technology. Here, we take a look back at Dreamforce, the biggest Cloud Computing event of the year, to bring you an insight from industry leaders.
At Cloudreach we are proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Enterprise Summit 2013 at the Grange St. Paul's Hotel on Tuesday September 17th. The AWS Summits are extremely popular and are generally oversubscribed within days of opening the registration. In a change to previous summits this event concentrates specifically on AWS use-cases for the Enterprise rather than Developer or Start-up communities.
I recently attended Whisky Web 2 - the second annual Whisky Web conference for web developers, held in Scotland. The second installment of Whisky Web was held on the 12th-13th of April at Airth Castle in Stirlingshire and in Edinburgh.