AWS has joined Collectives on StackOverflow.
What does it mean?
As a StackOverflow user and contributor, I can say that this is the next step toward unlocking the power of the community.
With around 507k questions and answers, you have centralized and trusted knowledge at scale.
I strongly recommend checking the AWS Collectives page, which is more than a home page it's a dedicated space that contains articles and bulletins, besides questions and answers. You can quickly check the latest events and releases for example re:Invent 2022.
Just to put these numbers in perspective, currently, there are 236k questions with curated answers, and when one searches for a particular answer most often beside the official documentation a StackOverflow link will be right there, meaning that you can unlock the power of the community, and take advantage from others previous experience.
To sum up, this is a great entry point into a technical community in which everybody can share, learn and grow.