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March 15, 2022

IndyAWS: How to track, analyze, and visualize user group data with AWS

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  • 7 - 7:15 p.m.: Announcements
  • 7:15 - 7:55 p.m.: "How to track, analyze and visualize user group data with AWS" by Banjo Obayomi, a Senior Developer Advocate at AWS
    • The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted many in-person community gatherings to virtual events. To measure the effects of “Zoom fatigue,” Banjo built a solution that provides a way to track, analyze and visualize user group data. This talk will go over the tools and processes used to implement the solution. Specifically, the talk with highlight how — leveraging AWS products such as Location Service, QuickSight and EventBridge — AWS can be used for data collection, data transformation and data visualization 
  • 7:55 - 8 p.m.: Closing Notes

About Banjo:
Banjo is a Senior Developer Advocate at AWS where he helps builders get excited about using AWS. Banjo is passionate about operationalizing data. He has started a podcast, a meetup and open-source projects around utilizing data. When not building the next big thing, Banjo likes to relax by playing video games — especially JRPGs — and exploring events happening around him.

All participants should RSVP via MeetingPlace.io.

About IndyAWS

indyaws_Large.pngOrganized by Six Feet Up, the Indianapolis AWS User Group (“IndyAWS”) strives to connect and educate the local Amazon Web Services practitioners community. Each month we bring in tech experts to speak on specific topics and encourage participants to share their experiences. The IndyAWS Meetup is free of charge.

Thanks to our amazing sponsors who make IndyAWS possible every third Tuesday of the month including: Six Feet Up and Reify Health. If you’re interested in sponsoring IndyAWS, please send an email to events@sixfeetup.com.

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  • Date March 15
  • Time 7-8pm
  • Where Virtual
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