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Join our upcoming IoT developer workshop in Madrid


on 2 September 2022

The workshop

The Intel and Canonical Developer workshop is coming up soon in Madrid, on September 22, and we are looking for IoT enthusiasts to join us! Don’t miss the chance to learn about EdgeX and Ubuntu Core using real business cases.

This will be a live event where IoT developers of all industries have the opportunity to engage with Intel and Canonical experts.

In this workshop, we will explore how Ubuntu Core and EdgeX, an enterprise-grade solution supported by Canonical, enable companies to focus on their business case and application development while also reducing time-to-market. It’s an ideal solution for IoT businesses to save time and money on operations tasks, and keep devices secured and updated.

When = 22 of September 2022

Price = Free

Where = Preciados Hotel

Time = From 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

What should you bring = your laptop and identification

Coffee and lunch will be provided.

Do you live around Madrid? Join us here:

Workshop’s agenda

22 September

8:30 am – Registration and Breakfast

9:30 am – Introduction by Daniel Brooks from Intel® and Vergil Yotov from Canonical.

10:00 am – Lab 1 Getting started with snaps

11:00 am – Lab 2 My first steps with Ubuntu Core

12:00 am – Lab 3 Building EdgeX applications as snaps

1:00 pm – Lunch

2:00 pm – Lab 4 Hands-on use case development

4:00 pm – Closing drinks

The agenda is subject to change

The places are limited so please register soon. Learn more about the event here or contact Hugo Espinosa from via email at

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From home control to drones, robots and industrial systems, Ubuntu Core and Snaps provide robust security, app stores and reliable updates for all your IoT devices.

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