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Intro to EC2
Category: Database > General      Posted: 10 Dec 08

Chris Petersen gives an introduction to working with Amazon EC2, and discusses the advantages and disadvantage to hosting your Ruby applications there....

Using Ruby + Amazon SQS to build backdoors
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Dec 08

Brian Chapados talks about using Ruby and Amazon’s Simple Que Service web service to build backdoors into systems

The Amazon.com Technology Platform: Building Blocks for Innovation
Category: Architecture > Case Study      Posted: 24 Jan 08

In this QCon presentation, Amazon.com CTO Werner Vogels explains how Amazon has become a platform provider, and how an increasing number of diverse bus...

Setting up and Running Amazon EC2
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 10 Jun 07

The Amazon Web Services Developer Connection has an 18 minute screencast that will show you how to Set up and Run Amazon EC2 from Windows. EC2 is Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud web service. With EC2 you can setup and run your own virtual server for less than $80 per month

Christian Cantrell : Apollo Beta Sneak Peak / Amazon S3 Client
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 20 May 07

In this video, Christian Cantrell of the Apollo team gives a glimpse of the upcoming Apollo beta, and shows off a new Amazon S3 client he is working on.

Searching and Hyperlinking
Category: Tools > Textmate      Posted: 18 May 07

First a short intro to how you can search the bundle items.

Then a few actions related to turning book titles into canonical Amazon links and/or making words/phrases links with Google’s “I Feel Lucky” but without using a web browser.