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Edge computing — that is, bringing the computation from the cloud to locations closest to end-users and devices “on the ground” like IoT accessories or self-driving cars — is touted to be one of the basic elements of the tech of tomorrow, which has inevitably created quite some hype. If you’re a developer and can make it to Krakow, you can get actual hands-on experience working on real edge computing use cases at the Edge Experience Hackathon on September 27-28.
Held by MobiledgeX in partnership with hub:raum, T-Mobile, and Samsung, the Edge Experience Hackathon offers