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To Andrew Pawloski, easily the best AWS engineer I know. One of these
days he’ll realize how good he is and will stop answering my random AWS
questions over text. Until then, I’m immeasurably glad to have him on
Writing books seems to require two things: solitude and a sort of rhythm (at least for me).
For both of those, I owe my family a great debt. Many, many times I had to shoo away my
daughter, Addie, or put off my wife, Leigh, because I was in that rhythm and needed to
see a particular question or tricky answer through to its end. I’ve also yelled upstairs more
than once to my sons, Dean and Robbie, because I was on a call discussing some arcane bit
of AWS knowledge while they were screaming into their headsets about anking someone
(something?) in Call of Duty or laughing hysterically at subverting an intended mission in
Red Dead Redemption 2.
In other words, lots of people had to bend so I could get this book completed. I’m grate-
ful for that, especially since most of their reward is these few sentences in a book they’ll
likely never crack open! (Well, Robbie might… he’s the budding engineer in the family.)
Another set of thanks goes to the numerous folks at and associated with Wiley who
helped see this through: Ken Brown and Amy Sell, who got things started; David Clark,
patient and forgiving; Sara Perrot, who was amazing as a technical editor; and several
others on additional projects who waited while I nished this one (James Schultz and
Adaobi Tulton come to mind).
I also have to thank my agent, Carole Jelen, who keeps me busy. She seems to have g-
ured out that if she gives me just a bit more than I think I can handle at once, I’m actually
quite happy. If you need an agent in the technical space, you should give her a call. She’s
Last but not least, I must thank my friends at and connected with NASA who I worked
with prior to writing this book: Andrew Pawloski, John Cromartie, Nathan Clark, Peter
Plofchan, Dana Shum, Mark McInerney, Andy Mitchell, and many others. I think we all
learned—painfully, most of the time—that AWS is no cakewalk. Certication isn’t a magi-
cal solution, but the contents of this book helped us all at various times.
Oh, and last-er still, but also not least-er, Dan Pilone and Tracey Pilone. You gave me
opportunity when I needed it, and I’m still working on paying that back. Thanks guys.
Have a Cherry Coke Zero on me, Tracey.
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