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Amazon Web Services Resource Center
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Amazon Web Services Blog
http://aws.typepad.com
Amazon Web Services Blog. Topics include increasing Amazon S3 data transfer performance, the difference between Amazon FPS (Flexible Payments Service) and DevPay, Amazon EC2 public AMIs (Amazon Machine Images), EC2 Firefox Extension is now open source, Amazon Mechanical Turk features, Amazon SimpleDB, and job listings. Links include recent blogs, RSS feeds, suggested books and more.
Amazon.com Mashups
http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-com-Mashups-Francis-Shanahan/dp/0470097779/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1201203895&sr=1-3
Book: Amazon.com Mashups, by Francis Shanahan (January 2007). Discusses Web 2.0, the Amazon web service platform, the e-commerce service, the Amazon Mechanical Turk, the Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), the Amazon Elastic Compute Service, the Amazon Simple Storage service (S3), Alexa, other mashable services, development tools, the technology, mashup techniques, creating your first remix, building your first mashup, putting the browser to work, an Ajax-powered wish list, consumer browser using JSON, improving performance, Amazon mobile, a generic storage solution using Amazon S3, and future ideas.
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/forumindex.jspa
Forums: Amazon Web Services Developer Connection. Topics include Amazon Associates Web Services, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Alexa Site Thumbnail, Alexa Top Sites, Alexa Web Information Service, Alexa Web Search, Amazon DevPay, and Amazon SimpleDB.
Browse Amazon Web Services
http://www.amazon.com/web-services-aws-home-page/b/ref=sc_fe_l_2?ie=utf8&node=15763381&no=3435361&me=a36l942tsj2aja
Browse Amazon Web Services site. Lists the Amazon web services and provides a brief description of what each service does. The services listed include the Amazon Associates Web Service (A2S), the Amazon Elastic Compute (Amazon EC2), the Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS), the Amazon Mechanical Turk, the Amazon SimpleDB, the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), the Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), the Alexa Site Thumbnail, the Alexa Top Sites, the Alexa Web Information Service and the Alexa Web Search. Links are provided to the information page for each service.
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com
Amazon Web Services Developer Connection site. Online home for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) developer community. Resources include links to resource centers for Amazon Associates Web Services, Amazon DevPay, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service, the Alexa Site Thumbnail, Alexa Top Sites, Alexa Web Information Service, Alexa Web Search, C#, Java, PHP. Ruby, and Submit a Resource; discussion forums including the developer Connection, Amazon Web services, Discussion in other languages and other topics; and a Solutions catalog including Solutions For ..., and Browse by Service.
AWS Application: “What’s That Tune?”
http://developer.amazonwebservices.com/connect/entry.jspa?externalID=527
“What’s That Tune?” from Amazon Web Services. This is a mashup using three Amazon Web Services. The application records audio from a user and saves it to the Amazon Simple Storage service (S3), creates a HIT (Human Intelligence Tasks) in Amazon Mechanical Turk, uses the results of the HIT to search for related albums on Amazon.com using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud service. Resources include prerequisites, running the sample and general notes.
Google Code: PHP Library for Using AWS
http://code.google.com/p/php-aws
PHP library for using Amazon Web Services (AWS) (including S3, EC2, SQS and MTurk) from Google Code. This is a collection of classes for the AWS platform. Classes currently available include Simple Storage Service (S3), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Mechanical Turk (MTurk). Addition projects include Raven SEO Tools, Edoceo S3 Toolkit (a command line S3 utility), and Basejumper.com (exports Basecamp accounts into activeCollab). Links are provided to downloads, the project wiki, issues and more.
Amazon Mechanical Turk
http://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome
The Amazon Mechanical Turk site. The Mechanical Turk allows users to create HITs (Human Intelligence Tasks) which they are willing to pay someone to solve. When a HIT is selected the user can have it assigned by clicking the Accept HIT and then follows the instructions to complete the task and submit the answer. Payment is made when the user who submitted the HIT accepts the answer. Payment is placed in the solver’s Amazon account and can then be transferred to a bank account.

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Update :: December 14, 2017