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Simon Elisha & Miles Ward discuss various aspects of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) offering. Each podcast will cover a new service, existing service and "black-belt" tips.

Simon Elisha & Miles Ward discuss various aspects of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) offering. Each podcast will cover a new service, existing service and "black-belt" tips.
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Australia

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Simon Elisha & Miles Ward discuss various aspects of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) offering. Each podcast will cover a new service, existing service and "black-belt" tips.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 134 - Bob Rogers (Intel)

1/28/2016
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This episode includes an interview with Bob Rogers, PhD, Chief Data Scientist for Big Data Solutions at Intel Corporation. They discuss how Bob entered the field of data science, how to get value from data science projects, and some misconceptions around big data. Learn what skills are needed in a career as a data scientist, and tips for those looking to become one. Hear what Intel is doing in the big data and analytics space - from the silicon chip to the cloud, and what big data holds...

Duration:00:35:58

Episode 133 - Rose Schooler (Intel)

12/30/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Rose Schooler, vice president of the Internet of Things Group and general manager of IoT Strategy and Technology Office at Intel Corporation. Listen as they discuss the current state of IoT, practical applications, and business benefits. Learn how IoT is solving real, tangible business problems, with specific use cases such as an IoT-connected rice farm! Hear how Intel's Internet of Things Group offers products and solutions to help IoT become a...

Duration:00:25:26

Episode 132 - Boris Diebold and Christian Hillemeyer (Babbel)

12/28/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Boris Diebold (EVP Engineering) and Christian Hillemeyer (Director PR) of Babbel, language learning company running on AWS. Listen as they discuss how Babbel started, the pivot from their original idea, and how their company makes learning a new language fun, easy, and effective.

Duration:00:21:07

Episode 131 - Paolo Negri (Contentful)

12/28/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Paolo Negri co-founder and CTO of Contentful, a Berlin-based startup that has their API first content management system running on AWS. Listen in as Jeff and Paolo discuss the API first development model, what’s next for Contentful, and advice for aspiring and would-be entrepreneurs.

Duration:00:23:30

Episode 130 - Giles Williams (Urban Massage)

12/28/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Giles Williams, co-founder and CTO of Urban Massage, UK-based on-demand massage service app. They discuss how Urban Massage is changing the online massage booking space, the company’s origins, how the business works, and how AWS powers their application behind the scenes.

Duration:00:30:04

Episode 129 - Bertrand Lamarque and Itamar Lesuisse (Peak)

12/28/2015
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This episode include an interview with Bertrand Lamarque (Director of Engineering) and Itamar Lesuisse (CEO) of Peak, a London-based startup bringing the latest advancements in brain training to mobile. Learn how Peak has changed since they started, and how they use data to make decisions about their product.

Duration:00:27:54

Episode 128 - Jean Louis Fuccellaro and Bastien Murzeau (Predicsis)

12/28/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Jean Louis Fuccellaro (CEO) and Bastien Murzeau (CTO)of Predicsis, a French-based startup. Predicsis offers businesses the opportunity to enhance customer performance through machine learning and big data. Listen as they discuss how the guys decided to tackle the problem of customer churn with machine learning and AWS.

Duration:00:26:49

Episode 127 - Diego Villareal (Banter)

12/28/2015
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This episode includes an Diego Villareal (CEO and Co-founder) of Banter, a discovery platform app that provides real-time updates on nightlife options. Listen as they discuss how to differentiate from competitors, strategies for building your app’s audience, and how Banter has evolved since it launched on AWS.

Duration:00:21:56

Episode 126 - Nico Esteves (Osper)

12/22/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Nico Esteves, VP of Engineering of mobile banking startup Osper. Osper is mobile banking built just for families, with tools for young people to learn how to manage their finances. Parents can set up allowances for their kids, control online spending, and get notifications for failed transactions or insufficient funds. Children can check their balance, learn how to save responsibility, and transfer money to family and friends. Nico shares his...

Duration:00:33:14

Episode 125 - Doug Parr (Prairie Cloudware)

12/22/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Doug Parr, CRO of innovative payment startup company Prairie Cloudware. Prairie Cloudware enables banks and credit unions to utilize digital payments (i.e., mobile wallets), rather than rely on third-party partners like Apple Pay or Samsung Pay. Prairie Cloudware is designed to provide financial institutions with the ability to deliver secure customer-controlled digital payment services to customers. Doug and I talk about the appeal of mobile-driven...

Duration:00:33:21

Episode 124 - Tim Kimball (Aire)

12/22/2015
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This episode includes an inteview with Tim Kimball, the VP of Engineering at UK startup Aire. Aire's mission is to bring more people into the financial system who would otherwise have a difficult time entering. Aire lowers the barrier to entry to financial services by enhancing credit scores and ensuring accuracy in credit modeling, thus helping to solve the financial inclusion problem. Tim talks about how he and his team got into the space, their experience with the FinTech accelerator,...

Duration:00:30:28

Episode 123 - David Von Lehman and Jason Gowans (Aerobatic)

12/22/2015
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This episode includes an inteview with David Von Lehman and Jason Gowans of Seattle-based startup Aerobatic. Aerobatic is a static-hosting platform for Bitbucket that delivers easy git push deployment for static HTML websites. David and Jason share their best practices for using S3, Lambda, Activate, and other AWS services to run their company successfully. Finally, we chat about their expansion plans for the future and how they plan to scale in the years to come. The guys participated in...

Duration:00:17:48

Episode #122 - Daniel Taschik (DubSmash)

12/15/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Daniel Taschik of DubSmash.

Duration:00:21:13

Episode #121 - Seamus James (Betabrand)

12/15/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Seamus James, software engineer at Betabrand.

Duration:00:20:47

Episode #120 - Nick Badger (Muterra)

12/15/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Nick Badger, founder of Muterra.

Duration:00:36:03

Episode #119 - Austen Collins (JAWS)

12/15/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Austen Collins, founder of the JAWS project.

Duration:00:29:32

Episode #118 - Cameron Peron (Startup Advisor)

12/14/2015
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This episode includes an interview with startup advisor Cameron Peron.

Duration:00:20:28

Episode #117 - Andrew Jones and Daniel McGuire (SkinnyPrice)

12/14/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Andrew Jones and Daniel McGuire, the CTO and CEO/Co-Founder of SkinnyPrice.

Duration:00:23:26

Episode #116 - Srinivasa Venkataraman (Primadesk)

12/14/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Srinivasa Venkataraman, one of the founders of security startup Primadesk.

Duration:00:25:03

Episode #115 - Jake Seip and Tim Sze (Compgun)

12/14/2015
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This episode includes an interview with Jake Seip and Tim Sze, co-founders and CEO's of sales commision engine Compgun.

Duration:00:18:39