Meet the JetBrains Rider Team at re:Invent 2019
Are you going to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas on December 2–6? We are, and we’d love to meet up with you there!
AWS re:Invent is just around the corner, and our team is excited to be there again this year. If you have a minute, stop by our booth and ask any questions you may have about Rider or our other JetBrains products. We’d love to give you a live demo on the integration between AWS and our IDEs, share a couple of useful tips with you, and of course dish out some swag! Located to the left of the main entrance, the JetBrains booth #1505 is easily discoverable in the Venetian Expo Center.
The lineup of speakers at re:Invent 2019 is impressive. If you’re keen to hear about how JetBrains IDEs help build, test, and deploy serverless applications for AWS, we’d like to recommend a couple of talks.
Leadership Session: Developer Tools on AWS
Thursday, Dec 5, 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM – Venetian, Level 5, Palazzo O
Description: Join Ken Exner, GM of AWS Developer Tools, as he shares the state of developer tooling on AWS, as well as the future of development on AWS. Ken uses insight from his position managing Amazon’s internal tooling to discuss Amazon’s practices and patterns for releasing software to the cloud. Additionally, Ken provides knowledge and updates across many areas of developer tooling, including infrastructure as code, authoring and debugging, automation and release, and observability. Throughout the session, Ken recaps recent launches and demos some of the latest features.
Developing serverless .NET Core on AWS
Wednesday, Dec 4, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM – Venetian, Level 2, Titian 2205
Thursday, Dec 5, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM – Mirage, Grand Ballroom F
Description: In this demonstration-heavy session, we highlight the latest techniques, tools, and libraries for developing with .NET Core on AWS. The focus is on serverless applications with AWS Lambda and AWS Fargate, but the techniques are broadly relevant. Learn about useful features and best practices for authoring serverless applications, including debugging locally from the IDE and in production, as well as how to set up your CI/CD workflow from the start. Presented by: Norm Johanson – Software Developer Engineer, Amazon Web Services, and Steve Roberts – Senior Technical Evangelist, Amazon Web Services.
We look forward to meeting you!
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