Next week is going to be an exciting week for the Intel Atom Developer Program; we're going to the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco!
We hope to see you all there at booth #1212 in the main expo hall, Moscone South. The booth is open Thursday, March 11 and Friday, March 12 from 10AM to 6PM and on Saturday, March 13 from 10AM-3PM.
Stop by our Intel AppUp Center kiosk, enroll for the Intel Atom Developer Program and receive a free, limited-edition tee-shirt! If you're already enrolled in the program, just bring your User ID to the kiosk for verification and the tee-shirt is yours!
At the booth, we'll be letting everyone know about our newest phase of the Intel Atom Developer Challenge which launches on March 9, 2010; stay tuned for details! Develop & submit an app to the Challenge and you can win some fantastic prizes!
We also have a "Develop & Optimize Your Game for Netbooks" session taking place on Friday, March 12 at 9AM in Moscone South Hall, Room 310. Intel Software Engineers Orion Granatir and Omar Rodriguez will be discussing all the considerations you need to take into account when developing applications for netbooks. They'll also discuss the benefits you'll enjoy by enrolling in the Intel Atom Developer Program. All attendees at this session will be eligible to win a brand new netbook featuring an Intel Atom N450 (Pinetrail) processor! Seats are limited to approximately the first 200 attendees, so arrive at the session early for your best chance at admission. Attendees will also receive Intel USB sticks with our Intel Atom Developer Program SDK and assorted other helpful files for folks getting started with our program.
Also on Friday, March 12 at 2PM in our booth area (#1212) we will be videotaping developers talking about what is important to them and what they think about our Intel Atom Developer Program and other Intel products & services. If you want to participate, come on by - we'd love to hear what you have to say!
Can't attend the show in person? Follow our updates in this blog and also view our photos and videos from the event, all posted on our Intel Atom Developer Program Fan Page in Facebook. We'll also be sending tweets from our Twitter account, @Develop4Atom.
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