AWS for Front-End Engineers, v2
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AWS for Front-End Engineers, v2

December 17, 2021 - 9:30am to 5:30pm Central Standard Time

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AWS for Front-End Engineers, v2

Some Key Takeaways!

By participating along with us in the workshop, you'll learn:

  • You will learn how to build and deploy applications quickly with AWS.
  • You’ll leverage AWS Cognito to handle user authentication and authorization.
  • You’ll set up file storage using Amazon S3.
  • You will persist data in DynamoDB.
  • You’ll create APIs that make use of GraphQL.
  • You will implement analytics that provides metrics around how your users are using your application.
  • You will learn how to create application-specific users using IAM.
  • You will deploy a web application to S3 and see it live on the web.
  • You will globally distribute your application around the world with CloudFront, ensuring your users can load your application as quickly as possible.
  • You will modify requests and responses as they pass through Cloudfront using Lambda@Edge.

Your (Awesome) Instructor

Steve Kinney

Steve Kinney

Steve is the front-end architect at Twilio. He is the director emeritus and founder of the front-end engineering program at the Turing School for Software and Design in Denver, Colorado — a non-profit developer training program. In a previous life, Steve was a New York City public school teacher. He taught special education and web development in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. He currently lives in Denver with his rambunctious six-year-old.

Learn how to take advantage of AWS' capabilities for building and deploying apps!

Workshop Details

Learn to get your application deployed on the web so that your users in Sydney can enjoy the same amount of latency as those in Minneapolis or Kuala Lumpur. By coding along with Steve Kinney, you'll examine what AWS offers for front-end engineers— from storing and hosting client-side applications on S3, registering domains names and DNS with Route 53, deploying applications with AWS CLI, distributing applications with CloudFront's CDN, and much more!

Daily Schedule

Frontend Masters has already held over 100 workshops holding thousands attendees in-person and online. In this time we've discovered ways to schedule the day so it goes smoothly and efficiently. Regardless if you're in-person or participating with us online you'll have the full ability to replay things you missed, get your questions answered LIVE and interact with the teacher throughout the day.

  • 9:30AM
  • 9:45AM
    Getting Set Up with Libraries and IAM Roles
  • 10:30AM
    Setting Up S3 Buckets
  • 11:00AM
    Creating a Cloudfront Distribution
  • 11:15AM
    Understanding CDNs
  • 12:00PM
    Deploying to Cloudfront
  • 12:20PM
    Generating SSL Certificates
  • 12:30PM
  • 1:30PM
    Setting Up DNS with Route 53
  • 2:00PM
    Customizing CloudFront with Lambda@Edge
  • 3:00PM
    Wrapping Up

Interact with the Instructor

Get Your Questions Answered • Code Along with the Class • Classroom Format

Is This Workshop for Me?


This workshop is for front-end engineers who want to learn how to leverage Amazon Web Services to deploy their applications on an enterprise-grade infrastructure.

Any Prerequisites?

  • You will need an AWS account.
  • You will need to be comfortable will the command line and have a modern version of Node.js installed.
  • Will need basic JavaScript knowledge to follow along with the coding examples.
  • Some React knowledge is helpful, but not required.

Event Details


One Full Day Workshop Session

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December 17, 2021 - 9:30am to 5:30pm Central Standard Time


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