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AWS Community Day, Bay Area, 2019

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Computer History Museum

1401 North Shoreline Boulevard

Mountain View, CA 94043

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Welcome back to another much-anticipated AWS Community Day. See what the rest of the AWS user community has been up to. Share what you have learned with them. Network with your peers to establish new relationships and strengthen old ones. And while you are there, meet our valued sponsors who offer cutting edge tools to enhance your AWS experience.

The AWS Community Day, like no other, allows people in a region to come together and connect with each other without the hustle and bustle of re:Invent and re:Inforce. This is a full day event with plenty of food and time between breakout sessions to walk around and network, or sit down around a table and discuss the finer points of serverless to your hearts content.

The Call for Papers is open to everyone. It gives you the opportunity to speak to your peers from the stage, should you have something of value to share to a larger audience. If you would like your presentation to be considered for one of the tracks, please follow this link to fill out a form.

If you just want a day off from work so you can relax while you learn - sharpen your saw, so to speak - then register right now and update your calendar so you are not caught being on call that day.

FAQs

How is the AWS Community Day (ACD) different from AWS Summit or re:Invent?

The ACD is run by the AWS user community. The topics and presenations are vetted by the community. The presentations are deliverd by actual practicioners and based on their own experience.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is plenty of free parking at the Computer History Museum. There is also a regular free shuttle to the Mountain View Caltrain Station roughly every half hour.

How can I contact the organizers with any questions?

Click on the Contact button near the bottom of this page and fill out the form. We will get back to you ASAP. If you leave your phone number, we will call you.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. You can check in at the door.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes. If you have trouble, contact eventbrite support.

Code of Conduct.

Code of Conduct and Security. You agree to (a) behave in such a way as to create a safe, supportive learning environment while at the Event and any related events, (b) not engage in disruptive speech or behavior or otherwise interfere with the Event or other individuals’ participation in the Event, (c) comply with all applicable laws, and (d) not engage in any form of harassing, offensive, discriminatory or threatening speech or behavior, including relating to race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or disability. If we believe that you are not complying or will not comply with these rules, then we may deny you entry or require you to leave the Event, including any related events and event venue(s) (unless otherwise prohibited by law) and you will not be eligible to receive a refund of any fees related to the Event. If you witness such behavior of other participants, please promptly contact an Event staff member so direct action can be taken. Your safety and security is important. You understand that you and your property may be subject to a reasonable search upon entry to the Event. Your refusal to participate in these security measures may result in your denial of entry without refund of registration fees or other fees.

Sponsors wanted! If you would like to sponsor please follow this link.

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