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CANCELLED: LEGO Serverless Playtime, May 6th, 2021

CANCELLED: Event graphic. Text says: LEGO Serverless playtime, LEGO factory challenge, May 6th 4.30 pm CET

Join us on May 6th, when LEGO® comes to us virtually to give a Serverless Playtime workshop, including an introduction to some of the serverless cloud technologies that they are working with.

After the introductions, we will split you into groups of 3-4 people in breakout rooms 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.


Program

16.30: Welcome By ORBIT Lab
16.35: LEGO introduction
16.45: Serverless components

  • IoT Core
  • Lambda
  • Queues and Topics
  • Storage: S3, RDS & DynamoDB

17.15: Introduction to the LEGO® Factory Challenge

17.35: Serverless workshop in groups with the LEGO® Factory Challenge

19.00: Group presentations followed by the announcement of winners of the LEGO® Factory Challenge


About the speakers

Simon Bruun, Lead Engineer
Technology Incubation team who are supporting the Supply chain and Manufacturing area in LEGO®.

Edgaras Petovradzius, Engineer
Technology Transformation team, supporting the Kubernetes platform deployed across our factories and cloud. Part of an accelerator program in LEGO®.

Jonas Rebien Lund, Junior Engineer
Materials and Moulding teams. Former student worker at LEGO®, with a background from IT Product Development at Aarhus University

Andreas Becker Bertelsen, Junior Engineer
Materials and Moulding teams. Former student worker at LEGO®, with a background from IT Product Development at Aarhus University

Nicolai Søndergaard, Senior Solution Architect
Guiding and supporting the Supply chain and Manufacturing area in LEGO®. Many years of experience at LEGO® with a passion for security and gaming.


Who can participate?

This event is free and open for students, tech startups and others with an interest in the topic.

Remember to bring your laptop, as you will be needing it to solve the LEGO® Factory Challenge.


Prerequisites

This event is designed for beginners’ level, but everyone who wants to play along is welcome. Basic programming skills would be an advantage but not a requirement.


Language

This event will be in English.


Location

Online – you will receive a link to Microsoft Teams via email when you register for the event.


Registration

This event is not open for registration as it has been cancelled until further notice.

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General questions may be addressed to Litte Dalsgaard, ORBIT Lab Community Manager:

litte@ece.au.dk / 93 52 14 47.