AWS Re:invent - Part 2

In the previous article, we discussed my experience of attending AWS Re:invent in Vegas, where I discovered a lot of new companies and met some amazing people. In this article, I will be sharing my experience of the third and fourth day of the event, where I met some more incredible people and discovered some interesting products.

On the third day, I attended a different conference and got a chance to meet some AWS engineers who were working on the 4G network in the US. It was surprising to know that AWS is also providing 4G services in the US market. Later that day, I had the opportunity to meet with two high-ranking AWS managers who spoke to me about the nocode industry and the vision of the US market for it. They shared insights on how AWS was positioning itself in this space, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. It was fascinating to hear their perspectives and learn about the latest developments in this field. I came away with a deeper appreciation for the potential of nocode and how it could transform the way we build software.

In the evening, I attended the EMEA party, where I met a seller who worked for a big company that sold code versioning services. He explained to me how his company sells a different service and helped me gain a better understanding of the EU b2b market. After that, I met a Tanzanian person who shared his opinion about the place of technology in Tanzania and the market there.

On the fourth day, I met a key figure from the EKS service at AWS. It was incredible to discover the roadmap, feedback, and vision of her team. The AWS team was incredibly helpful in finding solutions for startups like ours, and their presence made the entire experience much better.

At the end of the day, it was time to attend the last big party, which was more like a festival. The party had three different stages with games and American singers, and the highlight of the night was Martin Garrix's performance. I had a great time enjoying the shows, games, and food, and it was the perfect way to end my amazing experience at the AWS Re:Invent event.

After attending AWS Re:Invent in Las Vegas, I am thoroughly impressed with AWS and their commitment to helping startups. The event was a great opportunity to meet and network with people from various backgrounds and learn about new products and services. AWS is not just a cloud provider but a platform that offers a range of tools and services that can help businesses grow and succeed.

During the event, I had the opportunity to speak with AWS managers who were more than willing to share their knowledge and insights with me. Their availability and willingness to discuss new ideas and technologies was refreshing and inspiring.

I also learned that AWS is not just a platform for developers, but for anyone looking to grow their business. Their dedication to the no-code industry and their focus on making their services more accessible to non-technical users is impressive.

Overall, AWS Re:Invent was an amazing experience that allowed me to learn about new products, meet like-minded individuals, and network with potential clients. I am grateful for the opportunity to attend such an incredible event and for the support that AWS offers to startups.

That's great to hear! Immersing yourself in an English-speaking environment is one of the most effective ways to improve your language skills. Events like AWS Re:invent offer a great opportunity to network, learn, and practice English at the same time.