I’ve been chatting with some of the execs I admire—from across a range of industries—to get insights on how they’re using cloud technologies and what it means for their business success—now and in the future.
After being immersed in hundreds of announcements and innovations and inspiring presentations at AWS re:Invent 2019, the key insight I came away with was this: machine learning has so radically evolved that it will change the future of every industry smart enough take advantage of it.
After attending AWS re:Invent 2019, I’m convinced the conference is an absolute must-go for anyone who’s passionate about the future of the cloud. There was so much inspiration, excitement, and creativity in the air, I was overwhelmed—in a good way!
To say that we have entered turbulent times is perhaps an understatement. As we watch things unfold in real time (in my house we are glued to the news coming out of the AppleTV) I am trying to gauge the shockwaves that are going to impact our industries on both technology or media & entertainment side.
While going through my files sorting them to find anything that may be of benefit to future Toads, I came across a blog post I had started writing early in my tenure at Metal Toad. Many of the thoughts have stayed the same since, and some things have gotten easier over the years.
This symposium has been postponed due to COVID-19 precautions—but you’ll want to attend when it’s rescheduled! In the meantime, here are some tips to get you ready for a fun and valuable event. Follow Metal Toad on LinkedIn for updates on the new event dates!
Exhilarating, overwhelming, and immensely inspiring—the HPA Tech Retreat (February 17–20 in Palm Springs, CA) is one of our favorite events of the year.
We’re excited about the AWS Media Symposium in Miami this year (February 13, 2020). It will be a full day for AWS partners, experts, technologists, and leaders in the M&E industry to learn and connect.
I go to a lot of events and conferences—talking to fellow cloud evangelists is one of the best parts of my job—and AWS re:Invent 2019 really takes the cake when it comes to sheer volume of innovation on display. I was expecting a lot of exciting new product announcements this year, and AWS did not disappoint.
Highlights of the change included: