3 months ago

And the winner is...

Congratulations again to all of the 5G Edge Computing Challenge with AWS and Verizon winners - there was such an impressive group of projects submitted. 

The judges have now weighed in and chosen the winners! All winners will receive an email with next steps in the coming days so keep an eye out.

In the meantime, go to the 5G Edge Computing Challenge with AWS and Verizon gallery to congratulate the winners and check out the projects from all participants.

Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop coding. Update your portfolio to inform your followers

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4 months ago

Round 2: New deadline is June 21st @ 3pm ET!

Hi Round 2 Builders!

By popular demand, we are extending the build round. You now have until Monday, June 21st @ 3pm ET to submit your hackathon project on Devpost.

Here are a few items to keep in mind in the final days:

  1. Nova Platform: If you still need to request access to the Verizon Nova platform to test an Android or web app, complete this form. We will stop accepting responses received after Wed, June 16th @ 11:59pm ET.

  2. Tech Help: If you have a technical question, complete this form and we will do our best to get

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4 months ago

Round 2 submissions close June 15th @ 5pm ET

Just a final shout-out. These are the last few days to work on your project and submit in Round 2 of the 5G Edge Computing Challenge.

 

We just added a new resource to the hackathon page that can help many of you in the final days:

Testing for non-android devices, IOT devices, etc, can be done by establishing IPSEC tunnel to a OpenVPN server in the parent region and then connecting to the application running in the wavelength zone using the IPSEC tunnel. There is an AWS blog published for accomplishing this (to the region). 

 

Final checklist:

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4 months ago

Webinar Recording and Answers + Office Hours tomorrow June 8th

We're almost to the finish line!

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


5 months ago

Round 2: Two weeks to go -- submit early!

There are two weeks left to enter your submission in Round 2 of the 5G Edge Computing Challenge. Submissions are due June 15th by 5pm ET. (Find out what time that is in your city) 

If you haven't started your submission yet, please do so now to make sure you have everything ready before the deadline.

Submission checklist

Run through this list before you sit back from your project:

  • Are you building out your Round 1 Idea with special access to AWS Wavelength and Verizon 5G?
  • Have you created a submission video? Does your video meet

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5 months ago

Round 2: Office Hours (time updated) on June 2nd @ 12pm ET

Hi Participants: Sorry for the back-to-back updates :)

Correction: the webinar will be at 12:00pm ET instead of 12:30pm

Saravanan will host another webinar on June 2nd at 12pm ET just for a Q&A session. Bring all your questions and join us:

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5 months ago

Round 2: Office Hours on June 2nd @ 12pm ET

Hi Participants!

[Edited: the webinar will be at 12:00pm ET instead of 12:30pm]

Saravanan will host another webinar on June 2nd at 12pm ET just for a Q&A session. Bring all your questions and join us:

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5 months ago

Webinar Recording & More

Hi Round 2 Hackers!

Apologies for the delay following up on the webinar! We are still waiting for a few things, but I wanted to share what we have so far:

We have the questions from the webinar out getting answers right now and will post these as soon as we have them.

If…

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5 months ago

Round 2: Collaboration, Resources + More To Help You Build

Whether or not you have started building your 5G Edge Computing Challenge Round 2 project, the Slack Channel is the perfect place to connect with other developers! 

Not only can you bounce ideas off each other and ask other developers for technical help, but you can also use the Slack Channel to ask the Devpost team questions!

Resources

Already working on your application, but could use a little help? In addition to asking questions in the Slack Channel or Discussion forum, these resources are there to assist and may bring you one step closer to a winning project.

Testing

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5 months ago

Here are your Round 1 winners!

Congratulations to the Round 1 Winners! The following submitters impressed our panel of judges and have been selected to develop their applications using AWS Wavelength in Round 2:

abhijoymandal2001 gman7g7 peterlocharernkul
AbrahamPabbathi Greenwarrior pmisra30
admink grubiroth rajathithanrajasekar
akuruvilla07 gustavozomer RodDaSilva
alsaienko81 harishram-nambiappan358 Safvan thamarassery
altaga Harshada Yesane saikyt
ame864 harshitdaga27 seowjin1060
amiraabaza Hiromichi Matsunami seth
Amol Nagawade isohag siddarthpaim
andrewixl jaxon-mcclelland sijinjoseph
Animeeva207 jdesai840 SilentByte
Armand job oyebisi Stan Goeffrey
ashishk2 kaylooo Steven Shu
BruceHecht kerimgokarslan subhamkundu999
bws9000 KhAbouseada tganesh
challangepost kixorz TimMondorf
coolbeans25 kunal-aneja101 tokelichtenberg
datastax la-udesh1987 upnspark
daumsong99 livesmartcitycom venturio
davenso mahimalolla vidyalh
deepscience mancube VishalAditya
enigmaceo mmprapty

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6 months ago

Round 1: Complete!

Thanks for submitting your ideas — the judges are now busy reviewing all of the potential applications! Remember, if your idea passes the first round of judging, you’ll receive access to AWS Wavelength and have the unique opportunity to build out your application in Round 2.

Stay tuned on May 14th when we announce the winners of Round 1!

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


6 months ago

Idea Round Deadline Extended to May 2nd!

Good news, everyone,

The Idea Submission deadline is now extended to May 2nd at 11:45pm EST.  Enter your ideas for a chance to build it in Round 2.

Submit Your Ideas Here!

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


6 months ago

Last call to submit your Ideas!

Don’t miss the Round 1 deadline! All ideas must be received by 11:45pm ET on April 25th to be considered for Round 2.

Idea Submissions must be complete including:

      A description of your proposal (200-500 words)

      A short explanation of why your application would run best on Wavelength Zones instead of standard AWS regions

      Estimated bandwidth usage

Get the judges excited to see your proposal become a real world application in Round 2.

Submit your idea now!

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


7 months ago

Get Inspired

Figuring out where to start with your project can sometimes be a hurdle in your building journey. The Resources Tab can be a great place to find your footing and take advantage of the documents and other helpful tips. 

      Avesha’s Health and Medical Use Case Study [video]

      ShotTracker’s Real Time Sports Stats Case Study [video]

      More case studies and real-world use cases

Read more about the potential of AWS Wavelength here!

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.