What news from AWS re:Invent last week will have the most impact on you?
Amazon Q, an AI chatbot for explaining how AWS works.
Super-fast S3 Express storage.
New Graviton 4 processor instances.
Emily Freeman leaving AWS.
I don't use AWS, so none of this will affect me.
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Ballerina Programming Language Revamped, at 1.0
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BlazingSQL: A GPU-Accelerated SQL Engine
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