I Joined AWS

Why customer obsession and impact matters

Sometimes people can see things in you that you do not see yourself. That was the case with my friend Nelson who said the following to me:

“I can see you in the role.”

It was the beginning of February when he shared a link over LinkedIn about an open role at AWS. He had recently joined Amazon Web Services from a bank and seemed pretty happy. While I was grateful for the consideration though, I enjoyed the freedom of startups. What could AWS possibly offer?

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Thoughts on developers, digital transformation, startups, community building & engineering culture. Author is Mark Birch @ AWS 👉 https://twitter.com/marksbirch

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