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    Intel(R) Edison Workshop in Seattle on Jan 20th!

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      Register HERE:  Intel® Edison™ Workshop- Eventbrite

       

      Makers and Tinkerers of Seattle, get ready to hack!

      The Intel® IoT Roadshow is kicking off its first global stop of 2015 in Seattle and we want to make sure each one of you are set-up with the resources you need to come out on top!


      Intel® IoT experts will be on-site to show you how to set-up the Edison board. Get your hands on all the files you need. Get inspired by previous winning projects and network with other hackathon attendees to lock down the best team.

      Schedule:

      7:00pm - Doors open, enjoy pizza and drinks

      7:30pm - Kickoff

      7:45pm - Intel® Edison™ SDK Overview - How to set-up board?

      8:30pm - Idea Pitches and Team Formation

      9:00pm - Network + Drone races!

      9:45pm - Winners for challenges announced + Wrap-up


      The Intel® IoT Roadshow Hackathon

      The Intel® IoT Hackathon will take place on February 11th-12th at the SoDo Makerspace. The first 100 registered attendees at the hackathon will get their hands on a free Intel® Edison™ Dev Kit! There will be a workshop that will help you set-up your boards and then the hacking begins. But, attending the Meetup will give you even more time to brew up the best IoT project! Take a look at the series and winning projects from Austin, Mountain View and New York

      The technology

      The Intel® Edison development board brings hardware projects unparalleled performance in a small, low power form factor ideal for IoT and connected devices. It is the first in a series of low-cost, product-ready, general purpose compute platforms that help lower the barriers to entry for entrepreneurs of all sizes - from pro makers to consumer electronics and companies working in the Internet of Things (IoT). The Intel Edison development platform packs a robust set of features into its small size, delivering great performance, durability, and a broad spectrum of I/O and software support. Check out some of the projects on Instructables!