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AWS (Amazon Web Services) [closed]

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Closed as duplicate by ArtOfCode‭ on Aug 7, 2020 at 15:00

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: Professional coding

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Having read some of the discussion in the 'Cloud' suggestion, it seems like an AWS community might fit many use cases while being a bit more focused and less 'buzzword'. Much of my StackOverflow use recently has been looking up AWS answers as the AWS documentation can be less than clear about even slightly non standard use cases.

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This is already on-topic at Software Development, to start with at least - questions about AWS can go there unless the community decides they're not a good fit. ArtOfCode‭ 6 months ago

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