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Steve Odom

Thanks for coming down to Austin, Jinesh. Your's was a great presentation that helped to tie all the AWS pieces together. Look forward to seeing you again.

Greg Heartsfield

Thanks for showing up in Dallas. You obviously got me enthused about AWS, since I wrote a Haskell interface to S3 since you appeared. http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/hS3-0.1

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Its really good to know that this is te time for the developers and fully agree with you that all the developers in a particular area should know each other and the community as well.

Jinesh

hi greg,
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this is awesome. thanks a lot for coding up the haskell s3 library. Please feel free to add it in our Resource center, so developers can find it.

Jinesh

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