Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 12:00:00 PM Boulevard Brewing Company 2501 Southwest Blvd, Kansas City, MO

Robert Zhu, AWS Principal Developer Evangelist

Community time along with food and drinks: Noon to 1:00 PM
Presentation: 1:10 PM to 3:45 PM
Leaving time for lots of Q/A(so bring your questions) and more Community Time.

Robert will give a recap of keynote announcements and share insights and views on the recent launches from AWS re:Invent – AWS' global cloud computing conference that gathers over 60,000 attendees for a week of knowledge sharing and immersion in the latest emerging technologies for builders.

About: Robert Zhu is a Principal Developer Evangelist at Amazon Web Services. He focuses on APIs, Web, Mobile, and Gaming. Prior to joining AWS, he worked on GraphQL at Facebook. While at Microsoft, he worked on the .net Framework, Windows Server, and Microsoft Game Studios. In his spare time, he loves learning about history, economics, and psychology. You can reach him @rbzhu on twitter or directly via telepathy. His personal blog is: https://updateloop.dev/.

And a big thank you to Balance Innovations, who is helping sponsor this event.

Balance Innovations started in 2004 with a simple purpose: help retailers reconcile their funds faster. The VeriBalance platform yields store-level efficiency and gives corporate a clear view of currency operations in real time, regardless of the scale or format of their enterprise. We're here to help transform cash management from a costly burden into a strategic benefit.


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