As with last year, here is my quick index of all re:Invent sessions. Please wait for a few days and 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 slideshares.
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. I borrowed from his HTML formatting. The code is this github project which a mix of chrome dev tools web scraping, google data V3 API (YouTube), JSlideShare (with updates required), and JMustache. Two years ago, I wrote the code in Groovy (~ 150 lines of code) as I wanted quick prototyping and wanted to smaller project to play around with Groovy. Last year I decided to do the code in Scala (~ 150 lines of code as well). The code took two evenings of hacking. If you see any missing information feel free to issue a pull request to fix it. This year, I did the minimum to make it work for 2015 which required a switch from gdata v2 youtube API's to the newer java client for the V3 google data and youtube API. I haven't posted the code for the update for 2015, but will in a few days.