I'm thinking about doing a regular live stream about serverless AWS.
Something like "Fun with AWS" so it has some resemblance to the online course called "MVPs with AWS" I'm currently planning to make.
I'd play around with some AWS tech that I currently find interesting, nothing serious. Basically, like "let's play," but with AWS.
Anyway, this raised some questions:
- How often would I have to do this so that people would watch it regularly? Would every two weeks okay? Does this have to be happening every week?
- How long does this have to be? One hour? Two? Could it be flexible or would this mess with peoples "free-time" schedules?
- Which times are the best "to hit the US market"? People need to be awake and not working, I guess :D
- Is watching some dude biting out his teeth at CloudFormation or playing around with KI and XR in any way interesting? I don't watch live streams or listen to podcasts, but I hear people loving such things.
These are just the questions, on the top of my head, maybe I forgot something important? I think technically I'm all set; I got a PC, a right mic and a fast unmetered Internet connection.
Anyway, would be cool if you, the people of dev.to, could help me out here :)
Also, how are the dev.to live streaming features coming along? :D