Before entering into hardcore exam mode join us in ORBIT Lab for one of the last tech talks of this semester! A team of LEGO® tech experts has prepared an exciting program packed full of inspirational tech talks about how technology is applied in one of Denmark’s most innovative companies. And innovation is not only present in the design of LEGO® sets, but also in technology with a tech community of more than 500 techies working in the company. LEGO® uses Cloud technologies such as Amazon Web Services in many parts of the organization, along with Lambda, Kubernetes, Microsoft Azure etc.
They will also bring some boxes of LEGOs and some swag, that you will get a chance to win.
16.15: Doors open
16:30: LEGO® Tech Talks, round 1
- The full LEGO® digital footprint, Martin Vingaard
- The tech role at LEGO®, LEGO® Team
- Amazon Web Services: Best practice, LEGO® Team
- Consumer service – from monolith to micro-services, Martin Vingaard
18:00: Food and drink, courtesy of LEGO®
18.30: LEGO® Tech Talks, round 2
- B2B webshop – Amazon Web Services story, Kim Dyrholm Kristiansen
- Types of devs for the future, LEGO® Team
- Architecture patterns, LEGO® Team
19:20: Competition to win LEGO® SWAG, followed by networking
About the Speakers
Martin Vingaard, Solution Architect
Consumer services, ecommerce and digital media services.
Kim Dyrholm Kristiansen, Senior Solution Architect
Cloud evangelist and solution designer on social experiences (LEGO Life), asset distribution, marketing and sales solutions.
Else-Marie Gandrup Christensen, Senior Manager
People leader in the Product and Market Technology area where various product teams are in the process of transforming to more cloud-based solutions.
Who can participate?
This event is free and open for students and others with an interest in the topic. Both groups and individuals are allowed to enteThis event is free and open for students, tech startups and others with an interest in the topic.
This event will be in English.
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