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Amazon's Web Services evangelist visits Europe

From: Holmes, Martin <mholmes@amazon.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 13:06:24 +0100
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Jeff Barr, the global evangelist for Amazon's Web Services,  will be visiting Europe from the 15th - 21st of April and is looking forward to meeting with enthusiastic European developers using Web Services, sharing experiences and discussing new developments in the Web Services world.

Jeff will be holding an Amazon Webservices Workshop and making a keynote address at the XML Europe 2004 conference in Amsterdam on the 18th and 19th of April. For more information, please visit this link: 

http://forums.prospero.com/n/mb/message.asp?webtag=am-assocdevxml&msg=4739.1&ctx=0


In addition, Jeff Barr will be hosting one day conferences in the Amazon.co.uk office near London (16th April) and the Amazon.de office in Munich (21st April). If you are already using Web Services or are interested in doing so, you are warmly invited to take this opportunity  to meet with Jeff and other Amazon Web Services developers. Attendance is free.

If you wish to take part in either of these events, please send an E-Mail to webservices@amazon.com. 

The subject line should read "Web Services Conference with Amazon.co.uk" or "Web Services Conference with Amazon.de", depending on which conference you wish to attend. Please include name, email address and telephone number of all prospective attendees and your company name if applicable. We will send you full details and agenda once these have been confirmed. 

If you have developed interesting software or a website powered by Amazon Web Services, please provide an overview, including a URL where possible. Selected developers will be invited to present their software to the conference participants and other interested parties.
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