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Kicking off this thread of AWS books with one of the best I have read this year by Daniel Vassallo and Josh Pschorr.
This is not your typical reference book. It doesn't cover all of AWS or all its quirks. Instead, we want to help you realize which AWS features you’d be foolish not to use. Features for which you almost never need to consider alternatives. Features that have passed the test of time by being at the backbone of most things on the internet.
- The Good Parts of AWS