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AWS Community Builders on a Holiday

Hello πŸ‘‹, this is Abhishek and I am community builder for 3 consecutive years. Here are my few cents on the community builders program!

What surprises you most about the Community Builders Program?

The sheer amount of helpful content produced by the community builders helping a lot of folks out there without expecting anything in return is commendable and to be praised for always.

What’s your background and your experience with AWS?

I am a platform engineer by profession and also a backend engineer. Since I started working I only used AWS as my go to cloud provider because of the amount of services and solutions it provides and the community support for the same.

What’s the biggest benefit you see from the program?

The biggest benefit I see is this program brings the community builders around the globe under one roof and it gives everyone huge opportunity to network with like minded people and the solutions they are building on AWS.

What’s the next swag item that you would like to get?

I would like to add a builders hoodie or the tumbler which was given out at re:invent to my swag collection. Although Jason and team always surprise with the new items, so open for surprises.

What are you eating for dinner today? Share the recipe!

I am eating butter chicken today for dinner! For the recipe head over to - Butter Chicken

Do you have anything else to say about the community builders programme in 2022?

I can't thank enough Jason and team to bring this program to us. Because of this program I am able to grow and reach out to fellow community builders and learn a lot from them. Whenever I feel low on motivation, I go back to Community Builders Slack channel and see what everyone's doing and get my motivation high.

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