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A few years ago, I did a talk called ten lessons from ten years on AWS.
That was at the Community Day in Bangalore, India. Back then, there wasn’t any COVID virus, so I traveled there — and I loved it.
I wish I could be on site with you today, but instead, I am virtual with you this early morning, live from Finland.
It is 4 am here, so bear with me if I am a little slow :)
So, I did that talk two years ago, but it feels like it was already ten years ago.
J. R . Rim said
“In the information age, one tech year is equivalent to one person’s lifetime.”
While that is true, I recently found myself highly influenced by a dog.
Her name is Hilma, and as you can see, she likes kissing.
And so, I now see tech years like dog years, with a ratio of approximately 1 to 7.
I am trying to say that time flies — fast — and for today, I thought it would be interesting to look back at the past again, and see what went well…