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The Way Of KINGS Amazon

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By umer aliPublished about a year ago 3 min read
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The Way Of Amazon KINGS First, let's talk about the power of Amazon.

As of this writing, The Way Of Amazon Kings has a 9.9 rating on Amazon.

And there's more to come.

There are 7 more books in the series, and then a Special novella.

This might sound too good to be true, but just wait.

Heaven's Gift is the first of the seven books.

This book takes the reader deep into the heart of a family dealing with the mental illness of a teen.

A so - called friend takes advantage of a thirteen year old boy.

That is not all...

This is a gut wrenching book, but the twists and turns will keep you on your toes until the very last page.

Both my editor and I love the plot of Heaven's Gift.

I can't wait for you to read it.

Here's a sneak peek:

Leif Berg once loved to play professional hockey.

Now he spends his days counseling others through their problems.

His job is a breeze, until he meets Haley Adler.

Haley is completely beautiful seagull and a bunch of them landed on

The cloud platform company, which set out to disrupt the technology world, has found success as it sought to merge the best of both worlds – the power of the cloud and the ability to deliver a marketplace of digital products. Amazon has not stopped growing its cloud services or its marketplace, and neither will AWS, both of which are used by many of the world's biggest companies.

So if we can see AWS as a "hypernetwork", as Amazon puts it, where "instances of virtual instances" behave "like intelligent agents in a cognitive system", then it's not surprising that we've become so confused about how we use these services.

Even though AWS was only launched in 2006, according to its own stats it serves 350K concurrent users as of 2016. It also says it's active in more than 50 countries, is "fully deployed" in 17 countries, and has one of the most successful cloud public open source software communities.

One of the greatest strengths of Amazon's cloud service is its willingness to take decisions, explain them, defend them and explain why these decisions are the best. And this is where AWS shines.

It is also an important source for understanding how cognitive systems work.

Attention span in the classroom is measured in years, and even though students are given many explanations, they don't really understand them. There's cognitive dissonance – that's the situation when the brain tries to reconcile two conflicting things.

That's why when you have something to explain, you need to be able to explain it in an understandable way, and explain it using a mental process, that's easy for your brain to understand, even if the situation isn't.

A cognitive process is easier than explaining a complicated situation.

One example: During discussions, one of the first things that comes to our mind when we notice a cognitive issue is the debate.

Let's give a practical example: Say you're debating whether Amazon has been offering enough devices and plug-ins for their platform. You might get the answer to that question right away, and you might have an idea as to how Amazon's platform works and you may have ideas on how the debate could be resolved.

What would your cognitive process be?

Maybe it would be as simple as considering a solution for this question. You would probably like to know the results of that debate, and whether the knowledge you gained in this discussion can be used to improve Amazon's future decisions.

Sitting down with Amazon, you'll see that there's a problem to solve.

Will this be a conversation?

Yes, that's exactly what it would be.

With a conversation you'll get to talk about all the decision-making processes, discuss how Amazon is handling the situation, and show them the potential outcome of the debate.

So the decision process for that subject might be as simple as this.

Question: Is Amazon doing a good job in handling this situation?

Acknowledge: Yes, they've been doing a good job.

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