AWS Community Day 2019, Bengaluru

AWS Community Day 2019, Bengaluru


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AWS Community Day 2018

AWS Community Day is a community-led and community-organized event where tech enthusiasts sharing a common interest in Amazon Web Services, Cloud Computing, Serverless, Blockchain, AI & ML, DevOps, and other technologies. Be it understanding the technology better through the first-hand experiences of esteemed industry veterans, or discovering path-breaking ideas from a beginner, AWS Community Day channels the best of knowledge and trends under one roof.

The AWS Community Day 2018 in Bangalore, last year, was a huge success. The participants found the sessions interactive and practical, apart from being technologically forefront. It was also an amazing opportunity to meet like-minded AWS enthusiasts and practitioners and network with them.

AWS Community Day 2018 Video

AWS User Group Bengaluru is back with AWS Community Day 2019, which is not just bigger and better but also deeply perceptive. The event is spread over two days and loaded with insightful learning content. The first day (26th July) is dedicated to workshops on Serverless development & ML on AWS. The second day has an interesting line up of keynote and break-out sessions on various AWS Services, from beginner to advanced levels.

Year after year, the event has gained more traction and love from the people. It wouldn’t have been possible without the sponsors, volunteers, speakers, community partners, and the integral part — the attendees. This year, with 9 sponsors, 4 community partners, and 25+ speakers in 4 breakout sessions, about 800+ attendees are expected.

We are inviting you to be part of the Community Day in Bangalore on 26th and 27th July. The Super Early Bird registrations for conference are open now, and you can also register for either of these hands-on workshops:

  • Developing a serverless food-delivery application
  • Deep Learning on AWS

It would be AWSome to see you there in this year’s event! For registration and other details, check out the conference page here