An Opportunity from Intel® Developer Zone that changed my life

By Abhishek Nandy, Published: 09/10/2013, Last Updated: 09/10/2013

Its been a  close to a year that I am a part of Intel® Developer Zone and i am liking every bit of it.Being from a IT Support Background Intel Developer Zone showed me the path to persue my dreams and then  i started.Participated in the last years Intel App Innovation Contest 2012 and was a finalist over there.As i grow as a developer i intend to contribute more .I am also the finalist at Intel Perceptual Challenge Stage 2 and 2nd round qualifier of Intel App Innovation Contest 2013.In the mean time i wrote a lot of article in CodeProject targeting Intel Software Technologies I am sharing those.Hope you will like it.

My 2nd Prize Entry for Ultrabook article Contest

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/523105/Ultrabook-Development-My-Way

Intel App Innovation Contest Entries 2013(2nd round Qualified ones)

1)BreaknBounce:-Its a game that i am developing for AIO Horizon using Unity(Touch enabled app)

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/626663/BreaknBounce

2)Space3D:-its an app that i am developing for Lenovo Tablet 2 (education oriented).It will have interactive Spaceflight Models which you will be able to

interact with Touch and Facebook SDK integrated to share facts about Space Explorations

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/631325/Space3D

3)Klubd:-Its an Entertainment app that i am building for AIO Horizon with Visual Search(powered by Ocutag) and more cool features.

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/638857/Klubd

4)Retail-i-mate:- A Retail app powered by Ocutag targetd for Lenovo Tablet2

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/641134/Retail-i-mate

This is  place where i learned programming Intel Developer Zone and i will try to share more as I learn more.I learnt a lot from Fellow Developers Contributing here and some helpful articles From Bob Duffy with Sensors for Ultrabook and i intend to experiment and explore more with Intel Developer Zone.Thanks Intel Developer Zone!!

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