Ignite: "What if you could run all of AWS on your laptop?"


Using AWS and testing your code against the APIs costs money. What if you could use AWS for free?

The Moto project is an in-memory Python app that emulates EC2, S3, and so many more services - even Lambda! Learn how to run it on your laptop and write unit tests that use it instead of the AWS APIs.

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Jack Danger

 

Jack Danger is a serial entrepreneur who led engineering teams at Square and is now building Opsolutely (the deployments platform you’d eventually build in-house if you had the time). He’s a prolific open source contributor and he loves to help people realize how accessible and simple many so-called “hard” technologies are. He’s a maintainer of the Moto project, the in-memory clone of all of AWS, and hopes you’ll join him in contributing to this fun and useful tool.