element14 launches IoT webinars, Halloween competition
element14.com, the online community for engineers, is today launching a webinar series aimed at helping IoT professionals to develop their careers in what has become one of the fastest growing technology markets of recent years.
IoT leaders from companies including Microchip, ST, The Things Network, Microsoft and Amazon will participate in the series, appearing in live panel discussions covering everything from the skills needed to launch a career in IoT to following a career path and how engineers can differentiate themselves in a competitive field.
The first event, titled ‘How To Start and Grow Your IoT Career’, will take place tonight (10 October) at 8.30 pm AEDT and feature experts from Microchip and The Things Network. Each webinar will end with an open Q&A in which attendees can engage directly with the panellists. Each panel discussion will also be made available online shortly after the event for members who are unable to tune in to the live presentations.
In addition, element14.com has separately announced a new competition that tasks members with building and blogging a Halloween-themed electronic project for the chance to win a powerful Creality CR-10S 3D printer.
Titled ‘Share The Scare’, the competition requires members to share a new or existing Halloween-themed project on the element14 community. Entrants are encouraged to utilise any of the technology frequently featured on the element14 community, including Raspberry Pi, micro:bit, Arduino and BeagleBoard.
The closing date for submissions is 3 November, when a winner will be selected by the element14 community team based on the level of skill and imagination demonstrated by the successful project entry.
More information about the competition, including full terms and conditions, can be found here.
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