As with last year, here is my quick index of all re:Invent sessions. I'll keep running the tool to fill in the index. It usually takes Amazon a few weeks to fully upload all the videos and presentations. This year it looks like Amazon got the majority of content on Youtube and Slideshare very quick with a few Slideshares still trickling in.
See below for how I created the index (with code):
Inspired by Rodney Haywood's index in 2012, I decided to do the same for 2013 (in Groovy) and 2014/205 (in Scala). This year I decided to recode it in Go. I borrowed from his Rodney's formatting. The code is this github project which a mix of chrome dev tools web scraping, google data V3 API (YouTube), Sean Watsons SlideShare golang lib (requires one fix I intend to upstream), Chris Broglie's mustache golang impl and Moovweb's "tagsoup" and XPath impl. The code took two evenings of hacking (mostly slowed down by the fact that Slideshare rate limits so aggressively). If you see any missing information feel free to issue a pull request to fix it. The Go impl was pretty straight forward with the Youtube and Slideshare libriaries. I felt like I was writing for loops over ranges way to much (as compared to Scale) - I miss the functional data operators. Given I've only used Go in anger a bit, if you see stupid problems in my Go coding please let me know.