Don’t miss this rare, joint meetup exclusively for members of Seattle Android Developers AND Eastside Android Developers. Guest speaker Dennis Hills will overview the latest mobile concepts for building and testing secure and scalable mobile applications, APIs, bots, and more using Amazon Web Services (AWS).
At a minimum, we’ll explore:
* Common mobile use cases, services, and features of AWS
* Using AWS Mobile Hub as an entry-level cloud platform to build, test, and monitor your apps
* Dive into user authentication, data storage, APIs, push notifications, content delivery, and analytics—for your mobile apps and what’s required to power them
* Trends in mobile backend like microservices, serverless, bots, and AI
* Testing your app across a large selection of physical devices in the cloud using AWS Device Farm
Join us at AWS headquarters in downtown Seattle. RSVP soon as space is limited! Grub and giveaways provided by Amazon.
6:00pm – Pizza, beer and social
6:30pm – Interactive Mobile Mania: Building Mobile Applications, Bots, and APIs on AWS by Dennis Hills, Mobile Developer Advocate at AWS
7:40pm – Giveaways
7:50pm – Testing your app on physical devices in the cloud using AWS Device Farm by Nikhil Dabhade, Cloud Services Engineer at AWS
8:40pm – Additional giveaways and social
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Meeting Address: (Map)
Amazon Web Services
10 th Floor Amazon Reception
1918 8 th Ave
Seattle, WA 98155
Dennis Hills is a Mobile Developer Advocate for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and a University of Washington graduate in Computing Software & Systems. He has nearly two decades of web service experience ranging from client support and networking to software development across various platforms and languages. He has published more than a half dozen mobile apps and is a regular AWS blogger to the dev community. He is passionate about mobile, automation, AI, and serverless cloud computing.
When not punching the virtual clock, you can find Dennis running, automating products in the home, testing crazy app ideas on friends and family, or taking apart his two boys’ electronic toys to see how the innards work. In his pre-tech career, he was a forest firefighter and cartographer. He currently resides with his family in a tree house of sorts in Lake Forest Park, Wash.