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Last chance to register – London, 30 April

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Promo The annual Amazon Web Services Summit kicks off in London on 30 April, 2014 and there are still some spaces available for this free all-day event.

The conference at London’s ExCel Centre is aimed squarely at techies who work with or need to find out more about cloud technologies. Amazon promises you the opportunity to “hear about the latest AWS services, learn best practices from AWS engineers, gain new skills in our hands-on labs and get your questions answered”.

There are plenty of tech breakout sessions and you can meet AWS partners on the floor. There are lots of them at the conference, including QA, our favourite IT training company.

Does this tickle your fancy? Then check out the event agenda at the AWS Summit registration page.

Alternatively, if you are looking for a more high-level view, you might find the the AWS Enterprise Summit 2014 more to your taste. This conference runs on 29 April - also at the ExCel.

Turn to the Enterprise Summit 2014 registration page to sign up and to find out more.

If you’re concerned about the impending possibility of a tube strike, registrants to the Summit get a £10 discount on a Hailo cab. Plus, the DLR at least should be unaffected, similarly boats and cable cars.

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