Top Ten Intel Software Developer Stories November

By Vicky Carman, Published: 11/09/2017, Last Updated: 11/10/2017

New IoT Developer Kits

Announcing Arduino Create* and the UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit

Use this powerful combination of newly introduced hardware and software to assist you in building high performance commercial IoT solutions.

Choose the Right Processor

Which Intel® Processor is Right for Your VR Projects?

Compare the performance of the Intel® Core™ i7 processor against the Intel® Core™ i5 processor to determine which one is better suited for applications that use virtual reality (VR).

Vector API Developer Program

Vector API Developer Program for Java* Software

Get an introduction to Vector API and learn how to build it in Java* programs using this tutorial.

Intel Game Developer Program

Join the Intel® Game Developer Program

Learn more about this program and how it can help you with your game development goals.

Modern Code Jump Game

Modern Code Jump Game

Show your expertise with modern code and test your skills with this addictive new game.

UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development

UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit

Find a rapid prototyping development platform that includes integrated software and end-to-end tools which will reduce development time for your intensive computing applications.

Immersive Gaming

Portland VR Meetup Recap: Immersive Gaming

October's meetup included a community of VR developers, entrepreneurs, engineers, artists, enthusiasts, and early adopters who discussed the future of immersive gaming using augmented reality (AR) and VR.

Proton Collisions

Track Reconstruction with Deep Learning

As part of the Modern Code Developer Challenge, Antonio Carta describes his work with the Compact Muon Solenoid, a general purpose detector used to detect particles generated by proton-proton collisions.


We Will SMITE* Thee

Learn how the game SMITE elevated Hi-Rez* Studios to another level by allowing the business to engage directly with an enthusiastic audience.

Deep Mask Installation

DeepMask Installation and Annotation Format for Satellite Imagery Project

The process of training our computers to recognize different objects in given images is complex. Abu Bakr describes the process of transfer learning.

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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