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How Can Fixing Cars Help Hone Cloud Computing Skills?

February 11, 2011 No Comments

Amazon.com (AMZN) Vice-President James Hamilton’s schooling in computer data centers started under the hood of a Lamborghini Countach.

Fixing luxury Italian autos in British Columbia while in his 20s taught Hamilton, 51, valuable lessons in problem solving, forcing him to come up with creative ways to repair cars because replacement parts were hard to find. “It’s amazing how many things you can pick up in one industry and apply to another,” Hamilton, who has also been a distinguished engineer at Amazon since 2009, says in an interview.

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APPLICATION INTEGRATION, CLOUD COMPUTING

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