Afterword: SERVERLESS STORIES, AMAZON WEB SERVICES MEETUP 2019

Afterword: SERVERLESS STORIES, AMAZON WEB SERVICES MEETUP 2019

We had an amazing turn-up yesterday evening for our first time hosting the hashtagamazonwebservices user group meetup here in our Haarlem Iron Mountain datacenter.

Thank you to all of you who showed up, Haarlem.Tech regulars and new comers, we hope you had an interesting and fun evening!

Thank you also to Tomoharu Ito for organizing three great talks.

Last but not least a massive thanks to our speakers: Danilo Poccia, who flew all the way from London to be there, and Michael Oshita and Takahiro Horike, who took time off their precious sleep to talk to us live from Japan in the middle of the night.

If you wish to reminisce on all that you’ve learnt about Serverless framework and stepfunctions you can access and dowload Danilo’s presentation through this link https://lnkd.in/gk3giz8

Stay tuned on the Haarlem.Tech website and social media for more great tech events.

Next up, our second edition of the Amazon Alexa meetups. Bring on April!

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Lianne Dijkhuizen from Haarlem.tech community hiking of 2600 miles in Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexican to Canadian border

Lianne Dijkhuizen from Haarlem.tech community hiking of 2600 miles in Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexican to Canadian border

This is the moment! Lianne Dijkhuizen from Haarlem, our community member and ambassador of Haarlem.tech is ready to start her adventure in Pacific Crest Trail. Our small girl is going to hike 2600 miles from Mexican to Canadian border.

 

Solar panels, smartphone with e-paper screen as an advice from Haarlem.Tech and tech support for Lianne blog, integration with GPS-tracker from 4bis.nl . Follow updates, challenges and beautiful photos on on her blog
http://lianne2pct.com

 

And some crowdfunding is always handy! Help Lianne on PCT

 

 

 

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