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Intel® Software TV - Live, Interactive TV for Developers - Launches June 9, 2009.
On June 9, Intel® Software TV, a new 24/7 live, interactive TV channel for software developers will go "on the air".
Intel Software TV launches with a lineup of regularly-scheduled live interactive shows on software and developer topics including Parallel Programming and Visual Computing, along with "behind the scenes" access and special event coverage. Additional shows are planned for later in the year. For live shows, you can interact with the show hosts and with other viewers via the chat feature. If a live show isn't currently on air, you'll see encore presentations of previous shows, and you can always browse the On Demand area to watch any past episode.
Here is a sample of a previously recorded show, Visualize This!
Subscribe to the RSS feed in iTunes (or your podcaster of choice) to automatically receive high-quality downloads of new show episodes as they become available. Watch them whenever and wherever you want.
Follow @isntv on Twitter to be alerted when a show or special live event is about to go live. Don't miss out!
Come join us live for our big launch day on June 9!
Here are the shows and specials we have lined up:
June 9, 8 AM Pacific: Parallel Programming Talk with hosts Aaron Tersteeg, Dr. Clay Breshears and special guest David Patterson of UC Berkeley and UPCRC. Aaron, Clay and David will be discussing the challenges developers face in Parallel Computing today. The radio version of this show has been broadcast since July 2008, with over 14,000 cumulative listeners. Parallel Programming Talk can be seen live every Tuesday at 8AM Pacific on Intel Software TV or via podcast .
Special guest David Patterson of UC Berkeley
June 9, 10 AM Pacific: Teach Parallel, a new show for parallel programming in academia. Hosts Paul Steinberg and Professor Tom Murphy of Contra Costa College will tackle the challenges of teaching Parallel Programming in academia and computer science. Teach Parallel can be seen live on alternate Tuesdays at 10AM Pacific on Intel Software TV.
June 9, 12 PM Pacific: A special chat with guest and blogging hero Doug Holland.
June 9, 2:30 PM Pacific: Visualize This! Show host and Game Development Community Manager Arti Gupta will talk to Visual Computing Community Manager Steve Pitzel. Steve will introduce the new Artists/Animators community and showcase resources available. This show will focus on what is new and exciting in the world of graphics, animation, and game development. Visualize This! can be seen live on alternate Tuesdays at 2:30PM on Intel Software TV.
June 9, 4:00 3:30 PM Pacific: A chat with special guest David Stewart on the recently released Moblin 2.0 beta, with hands on demos.
Intel Software TV: http://intel.com/software/TV
Short URL (for Twitter, etc.): http://bit.ly/isntv
Parallel Programming Talk show episodes: http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/author/aaron-tersteeg/
Teach Parallel show episodes: http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/author/paul-steinberg/
Visualize This show episodes: /en-us/blogs/author/arti-gupta/
Parallel Programming and Multicore Community: http://www.intel.com/software/multicore
Visual Computing Community: /en-us/visual-computing/
Academic Community: /en-us/academic/
Manageability Community: /en-us/manageability
Mobile Community: /en-us/mobility
Main Home Page: http://intel.com/software/
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Intel Software TV RSS feed (subscribe to high quality downloads of show episodes) - http://feeds2.feedburner.com/ISNTV
Intel Software TV Twitter Account: http://twitter.com/isntv
Clay Breshears -Content Concierge for the Intel Developer Network Organization
Steve Pitzel - Community Manager, Visual Computing Community
Additional pre-recorded videos:
Take Five Videos: www.intel.com/software/videos
Take Five Video YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/intelswnetwork