Join us on April 16th, when LEGO® comes to town to give a Serverless Playtime workshop, including an introduction to some of the serverless cloud technologies that they are working with.
After the introductions, you will team up in groups and see if you can master the LEGO® Factory Challenge. You will be introduced to the IoT-enabled LEGO® factory and your task will be to utilize the serverless components available in Amazon Web Services to solve one or more challenges we are facing in our LEGO® factory.
This event is for everyone who wants to play together with LEGO® and learn about the serverless components available in AWS. There will be prizes in three categories: Bravery, Focus and Curiosity, and there will be a LEGO® goodie bag for all participants.
16.15: Doors open
16.13: Serverless components
- IoT Core
- Queues and Topics
- Storage: S3, RDS & DynamoDB
17.05: Introduction to the LEGO® Factory Challenge
17.35: Serverless workshop in groups with the LEGO® Factory
18.15: Food and drinks
18.30: Continue work on the LEGO® Factory Challenge
19.45: Presentation of winners of the LEGO® Factory Challenge, followed by networking
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Simon Bruun, Lead Engineer
Technology Incubation team who are supporting the Supply chain and Manufacturing area in LEGO®.
Edgaras Petovradzius, Junior Engineer
Technology Transformation team, supporting the Kubernetes platform deployed across our factories and cloud. Part of an accelerator program in LEGO®.
Jonas Rebien Lund, Student Worker
Technology Incubation team who are supporting the Supply chain and Manufacturing area at LEGO®. Studying IT Product Development at Aarhus University
Andreas Becker Bertelsen, Student Worker
Student worker in Big Data & Analytics (Engagement Technologies and Analytics) at LEGO®. Studying IT Product Development at Aarhus University
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
This event is free and open for students and tech startups with an interest in the topic.
Remember to bring a laptop, as you will be needing it to solve the LEGO® Factory Challenge.
This event will be in English.
Aarhus School of Engineering, Shannon Building, room 003B/009-13, Finlandsgade 24A, 8200 Aarhus N.
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