Discover Intel’s new comic strip for developers

Published: 12/17/2015, Last Updated: 12/17/2015


With its new comic strip series, Intel Developer Zone invites you to ponder what it would be like if Sherlock Holmes, Pablo Picasso and Leonardo Da Vinci were software developers. They might be geniuses in their respective realms, but could they hack debugging, interface design and computer graphics?

The series has been created to help spread the word about Intel Developer Zone, which offers tips, tools and tutorials for software developers, in areas including Android, Windows, HTML5, Game Dev, and Intel® RealSenseTM. You can see all the comics so far below.

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