Serverless stories, Amazon Web Services meetup 2019

Serverless stories, Amazon Web Services meetup 2019

Haarlem Tech’s very first edition of the AWS meetups is coming up, make sure you don’t miss it!

The AWS user group Netherlands was created in 2017 in Amsterdam with one mission, getting the experts and fans of Amazon technology together in order to encourage knowledge sharing and networking. Today, the community has grown to 1500 members, mostly tech professionals with their own best practices and expertise, who love the meetups where they get constructive advice, new input and can freely discuss their shared passion for AWS products.

At Haarlem Tech we love to collaborate with the influencers of the tech world and thrive to become the place of reference in Haarlem and the Amsterdam area for hot tech happenings. For our first time hosting an AWS meetup, we have three speakers scheduled who are real thought leaders in their field and will tickle your interest regarding the latest Serverless architectures.

Honestly, can you think of a better way to spend your Wednesday evening?

Agenda

17:30 – 18:00    Registration, welcoming snacks

18:00 – 19:00    First talk, Danilo Poccia

19:00 – 19:30    Second talk, Michael.H.Oshita

19:30 – 20:00    Third talk, Takahiro Horike

20:00 – 21:00    Networking, drinks and more snacks!

Speakers

Danilo Poccia

Principal technical Evangelist @ Amazon Web Services

First talk: Technical Reviews and Demos of AWS AppSync/GraphQL and AWS Step Functions.

Master in the art of helping people bringing their ideas to life, focusing on event-driven programming and Serverless architectures, and well-rounded expert in exploiting the technical and business impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

 

Michael H. Oshita

Freelancer, Serverless specialist and public speaker

Second talk: Trends of Serverless community and review of the latest Serverless Conference in Hamburg, Germany.

A regular speaker and inspirer at tech conferences and Serverless technology events.

Takahiro Horike

CEO of Serverless Operations

Third talk: What’s happening with Serverless Framework, and the AWS SAM.

Core Maintainer of Serverless framework and creator of Serverless Step functions and Serverless Dashboard for Atom.

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IMPORTANT NOTE

This exclusive event is inside a Datacenter which requires identification of its visitors, for security purposes. Therefore participants of the meetup need to hold an event ticket and present a valid ID (passport, driver’s license) upon entering the premises. We still have some tickets available so make sure to RSVP before it’s too late!

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Alexa Meetup

Alexa Meetup

Sharing trends of Alexa, Voice User Interface and Alexa’s ecosystems.

 

Haarlem.Tech’s First meetup of Amazon Alexa in the Netherlands and the first meetup of JAWS-UG Haarlem, hosted by EvoSwitch.

 

For who? Developers, business marketers, researchers and other tech-enthusiasts.

Date: 11, April 2018 (Wed) 18:00 – 21:00

Place: Haarlem.tech, hosted by Evoswitch. J.W. Lucasweg 35, 2031 BE, Haarlem – The Netherlands

 

Five enthusiastic international speakers with extensive knowledge of Amazon Alexa.

Speakers:

Max Amordeluso (Amazon, head of Alexa Skills Kit team in Europe)

Tomoharu Ito (Freelance, Alexa Developer, organizer of JAWS-UG Haarlem)

Hidetaka Okamoto (DigitalCube.Inc, Software Engineer, Alexa Lover from Japan)

Jun Ichikawa (Infrastructure Engineer, One of the big influencers of Alexa in Japan)

Kana Kitagawa (Student, Alexa Lover from Japan)

 

Timetable:

17:30 — Open

18:00 — Welcome talk (Haarlem.tech)

18:15 — Trend of Amazon Alexa (Max Amordeluso)

18:45 — Short introduction Alexa Voice Service (Tomoharu Ito)

19:00 — Love smart home skill with Amazon Alexa (Jun Ichikawa) online presentation

19:15 — Sort introduction development Alexa Skills (Hidetaka Okamoto) online prestentation

19:30 — Experience with Amazon Alexa in my life (Kana Kitagawa) online presentation

19:45 — Networking and drinks

21:00 — Close

 

Reserve your seat today by sending an email to operations@haarlem.tech. Do you have any questions or remarks, email us today.

We hope to welcome you all April 11th.

 

Please note that you need a valid ID to enter the event location. You will not be allowed access without proper documents.

 


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