My AWS Re: Invent 2019 Experience

Recommendation

  • Workshop: Try to attend as much workshop as possible as all the session videos are available on youtube after 24–48 hours.
  • Chalk Talk: They are pretty good and you can interrupt the speaker to ask any question as compared to the session where you need to wait till the end.
  • If you want to know more about the Newly Product Launched then try to attend Leadership session.
  • To get information about all the Products launched attend Keynotes session
  • Finally, Session talks or depends upon your personal preference.

My Personal Order of preference

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AWS Community Builder, Ex-Redhat, Author, Blogger, YouTuber, RHCA, RHCDS, RHCE, Docker Certified,4XAWS, CCNA, MCP, Certified Jenkins, Terraform Certified, 1XGCP

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