Learning Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Developers with Bear Cahill
Learn what AWS has to offer developers. Review AWS pricing and solutions for security, storage, messaging, deployment, monitoring, and more.
1h 27m • COURSE
AWS for Developers: Deploying Your Application to the Cloud with Carlos Rivas
Deploy your application to the cloud with Amazon Web Services. Learn how to build an automated deployment pipeline with tools like CodeDeploy, CodePipeline, and Elastic Beanstalk.
47m 30s • COURSE
AWS for Developers: Data-Driven Serverless Applications with Kinesis with Marcia Villalba
Serverless adoption is growing rapidly. Developers can stay sharp by learning about serverless applications. This course focuses on Kinesis, an AWS serverless service.
2h 29m • COURSE
AWS Security Best Practices for Developers with Carlos Rivas
Create stronger, more secure applications for AWS deployment. Learn security best practices for Identity and Access Management, S3 storage, Key Management Service (KMS), and Cognito.
46m 31s • COURSE
AWS for Developers: Simple Email Service (SES) with Jeremy Villeneuve
Learn how to use AWS Simple Email Service (SES), the cloud-based email delivery service, for a cost-effective and simple way to reliably send emails to your users.
1h 20m • COURSE
You'll learn AWS development skills with these experts.
Bear Cahill is a freelance mobile application developer who has worked on over 100 iOS and Android apps.
In 2008, Bear founded Brainwash Inc., a mobile app development company in Dallas, Texas. Brainwash has developed apps using a variety of technologies, including Core Data, MapKit, StoreKit, Core Location, and other frameworks for email, address book access, audio recording and playback, iPod access, SMS functionality, and more. The company also provides server-side development (Linux-based Ruby on Rails and MySQL). Clients include Escort/Cobra Radar, ATV Escape, Mobiata, AppCubby, AppNoose, Trey Weir Media, IRCO, Ramquest, Semaphore Mobile, and more.
Bear is also a published author and experienced iOS instructor. Manning Publications Co. published his book iOS in Practice in 2012. He has taught courses for Accelerate and LinkedIn Learning, and has spoken about iOS development at conferences and to outlets such as the Dallas Morning News and CBS MoneyWatch.
Carlos is a senior solutions architect at Infiniti Consulting where he helps California community colleges move their traditional data centers to the cloud.
Over the course of his career he has worked for several large telecommunication providers managing and configuring network devices using numerous tools and languages, including Java, Groovy, Python, Perl, and PHP.
Marcia Villalba is a software engineer from Uruguay living in Helsinki.
She has worked in the IT industry for over 10 years, doing all kind of things related to software development. She's a part of the 1% of Hispanic women in computer science. Nowadays, Marcia works as a full-stack developer at Rovio and also has her own consultancy company, Unicorn.codes. Unicorn.codes helps companies to migrate to serverless—providing education and actual hands-on solutions.
Coding and sharing with others are Marcia's passion. She loves learning new things and tinkering with different technologies and frameworks. She hosts a YouTube channel called FooBar, where she publishes at least one new video every week. FooBar focuses on teaching how to use AWS serverless technologies and managed services.
In addition, Marcia has published serverless training courses in English and Spanish. She is an AWS Serverless Hero, Serverless Champion, and one of the organizers at the Finland AWS User Group. Learn more at marciavillalba.com.
Jeremy Villeneuve runs an IT consulting firm for web applications, cloud automation, and agile processes.
Jeremy (known as "JV") started programming web applications professionally in 1997. Utilizing his background in leading agile teams in the architecture of web applications and server administration, he founded Halvanta, LLC in 2011, an IT consulting firm based in Dallas, TX. Featured by the Dallas Observer and Denton Record Chronicle for his entrepreneurial endeavors, JV continues to work with clients to improve their agile teams, streamline their IT processes, and build great web and mobile experiences.
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