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AWS User Group November 2nd Meetup

AWS User Group November 2nd Meetup

7 days and counting till our November AWS User Group get together. Two great speakers this month with two very different agendas, looking at both the technical and human aspect of cloud computing projects. Look forward to seeing you all next week. Session 1 Speaker: Alan Milligan – Last Bastion {BRAC} – Business Requirements as Code Ok, so {BRAC} may […]

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AWS User Group Presentations – 5th October 2016

AWS User Group Presentations - 5th October 2016

Another Packed house for our monthly AWS User Group last week. Thanks to all of you that have helped to make this group what it is, so keep on coming and keep on supporting. Here are the presentations from this month. Session 1: Presentation Jason Umiker Art of PaaS – Lessons learned from running Micros, a platform for hundreds of […]

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AWS User Group Meetup – October 5th

AWS User Group Meetup - October 5th

Come and join us for the 5th year anniversary of the AWS Sydney User Group. Session 1: Presentation Jason Umiker Art of PaaS – Lessons learned from running Micros, a platform for hundreds of microservices on AWS Session 2: Presentation Erwan Alliaume & Alexandre Gindre AWS Lambda, tooling and deployment at scale Lambdas technology is the new hype brought by […]

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AWS Meetup September 7th 2016 Presentations

AWS Meetup September 7th 2016 Presentations

What a great night with a packed house for our 54th AWS Sydney Meetup Event. The night was dedicated to Heroku and presented by Mike Meisels from the Salesforce Team bringing us some great insights and practical demonstrations of what Heroku can do. If you missed out then you can check out the video recordings below of the AWS Sydney […]

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AWS Meetup Sydney 7th September

AWS Meetup Sydney 7th September

If you like AWS, Heroku and Drones (plus beer and pizza) then you do not want to miss out on this months Meetup. This month we will have Mike Meisels from Salesforce providing both a talk and a fun practical demonstration with a drone – I can’t wait for this. Session 1: Presentation Software Developers are the artists of the […]

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AWS Sydney Meetup August 3rd 2016 – Video and Slides

A bit of a wet and windy night for our monthly Meetup session last week. Thank you to everybody that turned up and made it a great night. You can register for next month’s session here already and make sure that you don’t miss out on future AWS event news. If you are interested in presenting at one of our […]

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AWS Sydney Meetup 3rd August 2016

AWS Sydney Meetup 3rd August 2016

Please join us for our monthly meetup sessions where we discuss what’s new and happening in the AWS space. Our regular speakers include industry experts along with clients and case studies on how they have utilised AWS services to improve their business. There will also be a prize draw on the night for an Amazon Echo for those in attendance […]

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AWS Meetup July 2016

Another great AWS Sydney Meetup ran this week with a full house and some brilliant presentations. If you missed out then you are in luck as we have all the slide decks and also videos of the presentations for you below. Make sure you get registered now for the next event coming on August 3rd. We hope to see you […]

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Saasu Vs Xero

Saasu Vs Xero Back in 2006 I was delivering, MYOB and QuickBooks as a seamless application delivered to SME’s over the internet via a web browser.  It was a new concept to businesses back then – SaaS.  Netsuite and Intacct were the big players, Sassu and Xero were relatively new.  They have come a long way since then!  They are […]

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