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Presenting, re:Quinnvent

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Nov 30 – Dec 18, 2020
Free, 3-week virtual coverage of AWS re:Invent
(because no one has the time for a 3-week conference.)

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re:Quinnvent
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With re:Invent now featuring four keynotes (one of which is slated to run for three hours), hundreds of sessions, and three weeks of content, who the hell has that kind of time to sort through it all?

Corey Quinn does.

And then he’ll distill it down into a series of Twitch livestreams, emailed summaries, and barely coherent Twitter rants that cut through the marketing nonsense.

It’s free. It’s entertaining. Sign up for updates here.

re:Quinnvent

Hosted by Corey Quinn

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Re:Quinnvent Event Coverage

Corey Quinn will be producing a series of video streams (broadcast on Twitch) and a daily newsletter update on everything you need to know that was announced at re:Invent.

While you’re here: get on the re:Quinnvent email list and follow Corey on Twitter so you’ll get up to the minute re:Quinnvent news and updates.

Videostream Schedule

All videos, streams, and rebuttals will be streamed on Twitch with replays hosted on YouTube.
While we have your attention, go ahead and follow Corey on Twitch, subscribe on YouTube, and follow on Twitter.

Week 1

  • 12/2/2020 (Keynote Rebuttal)
  • 12/3/2020 (Q&A with CHAOSSEARCH)
  • 12/4/2020 (Week In Review)

Week 2

Check back soon for the Week 2 schedule!

Week 3

Check back soon for the Week 3 schedule!

re:Quinnvent Summaries

Wondering what news and snark you’ve missed? Check out our re:Quinnvent news summaries.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

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re:Quinnvent runs from NOV. 30 – DEC. 18, 2020

Stay up to date on everything AWS announces with this free, 3-week virtual coverage of AWS re:Invent.

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