Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories for 2018

By Karissa R. Pagliero, Published: 01/09/2019, Last Updated: 01/10/2019

Testing for Skin Cancer

Doctor Hazel: A Real-Time AI Device for Skin Cancer Detection

Detect cancer images in real-time by building image classifiers using a deep learning algorithm running on the Intel® Neural Compute Stick.

Deep Learning Training

Deep Learning Training on Intel® Xeon® Processors Using Transfer Learning

Customize deep learning models to easily solve challenges in video classification, social network analysis, and logical inference.

Multiplatform Computer Vision Solutions

Develop Multiplatform Computer Vision Solutions

Create applications and solutions that emulate human vision with the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit.

New IEI  AIoT Tank Developer Kit

IEI TANK* AIoT Developer Kit

Experience the performance of Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processor development kits with preinstalled software tools and accelerators to enable computer vision and industrial IoT solutions.

Modular Concepts for VR

Modular Concepts for Game and Virtual Reality Assets

Turn assets into reusable, linkable modules to form larger structures and environments that save memory, improve load times, and streamline production.

Create Engaging User Experiences in VR

Create Engaging User Experiences in VR

Explore the foundation of design and use modern usability techniques to create interactions.

Java API for PMEM

Code Sample: Intro to Java* API for Persistent Memory Programming

Use the supplied sample code to instantiate, store, and fetch a persistent collection after a power cycle.

Boost your C++

Boost Your C++ Applications with Persistent Memory

Support persistent memory by converting a C++ program using the Persistent Memory Development Kit (PMDK).

Conqueror's Blade*

Performance, Methods, and Practices of DirectX* 11 Multithreaded Rendering

Explore two basic methods for multithreaded rendering, and learn about traditional multithreading deferred shading pipelines in a large-scale game, Conqueror's Blade*.

Break the Barriers of FPGA Design

Break the Barriers of FPGA Design

See higher performance, faster compile times, and reduced memory use for Intel® FPGA designs when developing with the Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition Software version 18.1.

Intel® Developer Zone experts, Intel® Software Innovators, and Intel® Black Belt Software Developers contribute hundreds of helpful articles and blog posts every month. From code samples to how-to guides, we gather the most popular software developer stories in one place each month so you don’t miss a thing. Miss last month?  Read it here. 

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