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AWS Heroes Educate and Delight Builders at AWS re:Invent.

From GenAI to serverless, analytics to migration, this blog has video of all 12 sessions from AWS Heroes in the Community track at AWS re:Invent 2023.

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Mark Pergola
Amazon Employee
Published Dec 19, 2023
At AWS re:Invent 2023, twelve AWS Heroes gave breakout sessions on technical topics that are top-of-mind for technology builders. These in-depth talks provide learnings on how those in the field are solving problems with AWS. Whether you're dealing with AWS Lambda cold starts, looking for serverless data-streaming solutions, working on DynamoDB, getting started with Amazon Bedrock and GenAI or migrating to the cloud, this track covers a lot from builders who've been there.
AWS Heroes are a community of experts and enthusiasts who are passionate about mentorship and sharing knowledge, and have contributed greatly to their field. Here are the 2023 COM session recordings in alphabetical order by AWS Hero speaker with links to their profile page:
Agustinus Nalwan - Building an AI comic video generator with Amazon Bedrock
AJ Stuyvenberg - Demystifying and mitigating AWS Lambda cold starts
Anahit Pogosova - Serverless data streaming: Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and AWS Lambda
Anurag Kale - Composable architecture using Amazon DynamoDB and domain-driven design
Ben Ellerby - Building a cloud-backed generative AI game in 60 minutes
Dave Stauffacher - Automating a 20 TB file server migration
Efi Merdler-Kravitz - “Rustifying” serverless: Boost AWS Lambda performance with Rust
Liz Fong-Jones - Seamless observability with AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry
Matthew Bonig - Advanced AWS CDK: Lessons learned from 4 years of use
Sheen Brisals - Advanced event-driven patterns with Amazon EventBridge
Trista Pan - Seamless Scaling: Aurora's sharding & traffic management on Kubernetes
Vinicius Caridá - Unlocking your full potential with the power of generative AI on AWS (BONUS! Jeff Barr makes a surprise appearance in Vini's talk.)

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