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The AWS BugBust re:Invent Challenge runs from November 29, 10:00 AM (PST), to December 2, 2:00 PM (PST). Within this time frame, registered participants across the globe participating virtually, or onsite at the BugBust Hub in the re:Invent Expo, can compete to fix as many bugs as possible or improve the performance of a proﬁling group. Participants receive points based on the complexity of each bug that they fix. The more bugs they fix, the more points they gain and the higher they will climb up the leaderboard. The live leaderboard tracks each participant’s progress and showcases the number of bugs fixed and points received.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to get started:
Looking to host an AWS BugBust event for your organization? Join BugBust sessions to hear tips and tricks for hosting your AWS BugBust event. Also, hear tips for winning the BugBust re:Invent Challenge, get a sneak peek into the machine learning technology that powers the BugBust platform, and learn how you can help your dev teams improve their bug-fixing skills.
While code reviews and bug bashes are common practices, teams are constantly looking for innovative and automated practices to fix bugs. In this session, discover how you can leverage AWS BugBust—the world’s first global competition for developers to collectively fix one million software bugs—to eliminate software errors and save millions of dollars for your organization. It's game on for developers and game over for bugs.
Calling all Java and Python developers! This builders’ session provides developers of all skill levels an opportunity to get hands-on experience with AWS BugBust. Learn how you can implement an easy and fun solution to transform your bug bashes into an exciting team-building opportunity. Discover how to add friendly competition to improving your code quality and application performance. In addition, get a behind-the-scenes look into the underlying architecture of AWS BugBust using Amazon CodeGuru and how it leverages machine learning and automated reasoning to find bugs in your applications.
You might have participated in a bug bash before. Many software companies run them in the weeks prior to launching a new product or feature. In this chalk talk, learn tips and tricks for organizing a successful bug bash for your organization. Discover best practices for getting the right set of stakeholders involved, helping your developers sharpen their coding skills, and helping your organization improve code quality.
Join the mission to exterminate one million bugs! In this chalk talk, explore how you can empower your developers to discover and provide improvements in a short time while fostering team building and collaboration. Learn how you can go head-to-head with your teammates in your own private AWS BugBust events with built-in leaderboards, challenges, and rewards. Enable your team to recognize and celebrate their achievements.
Visit our dedicated AWS BugBust page to find out more about AWS BugBust.
To participate in the AWS BugBust re:Invent Challenge, create your BugBust profile and register for the event.
The AWS BugBust re:Invent Challenge starts at 10:00 AM (PST) on Nov. 29 and ends at 2:00 PM (PST) on Dec. 2.
No. All developers, whether registered virtually or attending in person, can participate in the BugBust challenge.
You do not need to know how to use Amazon CodeGuru. To participate in the AWS BugBust, all you need are Java and Python coding skills.