At the AWS Community Day Taiwan 2023 conference organized by the community, I aimed to address two key aspects. Firstly, to break down the complex and vast amount of AWS product information for attendees who might be overwhelmed by the information or struggling to find direction. Secondly, I adapted the content from a 10-minute presentation at the 4/19 Generative AI Meetup to a 20-minute version. Through examples, we introduced the importance of Frameworks and Foundations, and further presented five tools for organizing knowledge. These tools were integrated into the Ernest PKM IIDEE or Amazon Working Backwards frameworks. Lastly, I took this opportunity to record the session.
I extend my gratitude to Amy Lee, the organizer of AWS Community Day Taiwan 2023, and to Eric and Wyne from Track A for their invitations. I also thank the enthusiastic volunteers and sponsors at the event, which made the second edition of AWS Community Day Taiwan vibrant and energetic. It truly serves as a blessing for AWS enthusiasts and developers alike.
For more details about the expansion of the personal knowledge system, you can read more in-depth in my article 👉 Ernest PKM. In addition to organizing human thoughts, this version includes integrating human-computer collaboration and breaking down historical context.
The significance of historical context is emphasized, echoing the words of Werner Vogels (Amazon.com CTO) at AWS re:Invent 2020:
“Technology always moves forwards, but sometimes it’s good to look back, to look at where we came from, to understand our foundation.” – Werner Vogels, Amazon.com CTO at AWS re:Invent 2020