The Intel company holds a lot of specialist training programs, carries out programming contests, invites people to meetings and free conferences. Unfortunately, we often miss such events, and one gets upset on knowing that he/she did not participate in an already finished event. By the way, participating in Intel contests often ends with a participant being employed by Intel. I have witnessed it a couple of times. A person comes to a meeting to get his/her prize, the next year you see him wearing the "Intel worker" badge himself/herself. So, mind this. :)
Since taking over the role of community manager, we’ve made a few changes to the community that I hope you like. The first is that we’ve given the homepage a face-lift. We tried to make it a little more pleasing to the eye plus make it easier for you to find what you need as quickly as possible. Hopefully you’ve noticed that our Black Belts are being highlighted and recognized on the page. If all the rewards and accolades for becoming a Black Belt weren’t enough, now you have the extra incentive of having your picture on the community homepage! We’ve also added a video section to the b
Another exciting announcement :) Congratulations Gastón Hillar on becoming an Intel Black Belt Software Developer!
Gaston is an independent IT consultant, and a freelance author. He has extensive experience in parallel programming and multi-core. Gaston has been a phenomenal contributor to the Intel Software Network enthusiastically sharing his experience and expertise in blogs, forums, videos and even on Intel Software Network TV!
In addition to the Black Belt, Brown Belt and Green Belt Software Developer titles, I am going be updating the Hall of Fame Page periodically with the objective of recognizing members of our communities who go above and beyond, help other members and strengthen our communities through their high-quality contributions.