CLAIRE: Oh, I'm a fan of machine learning. So some of those and the big data ones are probably my favorites. They really run the range, though. Like, there's some very beginner ones. There's one that's just how to set up a virtual machine, right, which is like some pretty basic level entry level for cloud, all the way through to machine learning and complicated language-specific, like platform-specific-- running this language on this platform and deploying it to this type of server. They get pretty complex to give you an idea of how to do cloud operations.
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Keynote(s): The Keynote is always full of announcements of new technologies and products. Starting last year, the keynote is now split into two: the general (business-friendly) one and the developer-oriented keynote; the second one is probably more interesting if you are a developer. You can re-watch both keynotes here: =ogfYd705cRs and =flU42CTF3MQ 2b1af7f3a8