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G'day from Australia 👋, I'm Oliver

AWS Senior Partner Solution Architect (GSI, APJ Lead), Coder, Lifelong Learner

🛠 AWS, Infrastructure, Security 👨‍💻 C, Golang, Python, Rust 🏗 I’m currently building cool stuff with AWS Cloud 🌱 I’m constantly learning but currently focused on Machine Learning, Quantum Computing, Golang and Rust 💬 Ask me about AWS ☕️ Coffee Enthusiast Fun fact: Cave Diver and Technical CCR Decompression Diver 😄 Pronouns: He/Him/His

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