The evil ‘Shadow’ has kidnapped the Code Crusader’s portly sidekick Captain Cloud! Only you can save him!
Unfortunately, to do that, you’re going to have to bust out of two rooms of devious challenges in under 15 minutes...
But, that’s not going to be as easy as it sounds. The challenges cover IoT, Collaboration and Network programmability APIs. Each is designed to provide you a little introduction into the world of that specific Cisco technology and how to apply it in an innovative way.
There’ll be Raspberry Pis, Arduinos, IOx routers, containerised apps, jigsaws, phone calls, IoT door locks, a constantly ticking clock and…you!
But don’t worry - you don’t have to be an expert to take on this challenge. completing a couple of simple DevNet Learning Labs will set you up nicely for the challenge:
Plus, life’s always more fun with friends around, so why not team up with one or two other brains, register as a team and take the challenge together! And of course, DevNet staff will be on hand to help you on your adventure every step of the way.
For extra motivation (like you still need it, at this point), they’ll be prizes for escapees, daily prizes for the fastest escape, help along the way and bunch of fun to be had!
So, there’s nothing holding you back. Captain Cloud needs you! Sign up to save him at CLUS Las Vegas!
If you just can’t wait and want to play with the tech beforehand, head off to DevNet Sandbox and reserve yourself some quality 1:1 reservation time with these technologies to skill up.
And of course, you can always drop by the DevNet zone to sign up, for more information on our solutions and APIs, for great hands-on demos, games (including IoT enabled Foosball), learning and co-creation…looking forward to seeing you there!
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