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Implementing Touch and Sensors for Windows* 8 Desktop Games: Confetti Interactive’s experiences developing "Blackfoot Blade"
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 22.02.2013 0
I recently wrote a case study that discusses how Touch and Sensor capabilities were implemented in a new game called Blackfoot Blade.  This game gives the gamer a battle against the ultimate enemy with the most advanced helicopter ever developed along with shockingly realistic landscapes and action…
RTFB Episode 11 with Billy Cox: Outsourcing CIOs and Hybrid Clouds
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 20.02.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 11 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about and promote their blogs.  Billy Cox  joins us this time to talk to us about two of his blogs that address how companies are outsourcing CIOs and about Hybrid Clouds. T…
Programming Considerations for Sensors on Ultrabook™ Convertibles
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 15.02.2013 4
I recently had the chance to interview Mark Davis about a Map Panning Application that he wrote that takes advantage of Windows 8* Ultrabook(tm) Sensors.  He ran into some interesting issues along the way. Ultrabook convertibles come in a variety of configurations.  Some are similar to a "c…
RTFB Episode 10 with James Reinders: An Overview of Programming for Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 05.02.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 10 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about and promote their blogs. James Reinders joins us this time to talk to us about a blog that introduces an article that he wrote about programming for Intel Xeon processors a…
RTFB Episode 9 with Thai Le: How to Enable Intel® TXT
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 30.01.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 9 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about and promote their blogs. Thai Le joins us this time to talk about how to enable Intel(r) Trusted Execution Technology.  Thai found that there is a lot of information on the in…
RTFB Episode 8 with Thai Le: Optimizing Cloud Performance on Intel(r) Architecture
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 16.01.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 8 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about and promote their blogs. Thai Le joins us this time to talk about two of his blogs.  For the first blog, Thai talks about  how to speed up a cloud environment and workload per…
RTFB Episode 7 with Ylian Saint-Hilaire: What Software Developers must know about Activating Intel AMT
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 08.01.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 7 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this show, I interviewed Ylian Saint-Hilaire and we talked about his blog where he discusses an issue he found with Intel AMT Setup and Configuration using T…
RTFB Episode 6 with Ylian Saint-Hilaire: Moving over to the Latest OS Developer Environment
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 08.01.2013 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching Technology From Blogs) Episode 6 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this show, I interviewed Ylian Saint-Hilaire and we talked about his blog where he discusses moving Meshcentral over to the Windows 8 development environment…
RTFB Episode 5 with John Mechalas: Writing location aware apps for Windows 8
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 13.12.2012 0
Welcome to the RTFB (Reaching For Technology From Blogs) Episode 5 Blog. Guests on RTFB are given an opportunity to talk about their blogs.  For this video, I interviewed John Mechalas about writing location aware apps:   How current is your location data? The WinRT Location API: Where did my loc…
Intel® AMT: WSMAN Interface is replacing the SOAP(EOI) Interface
Von Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 01.12.2012 2
See Gael's Blog Author Page A couple of years ago, I wrote a blog letting our developers know that soon the proprietary Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) (EOI) interface was in the process of being replaced by the more standard WSMAN interface.  Since AMT 3.2 when we first started seeing WSMAN A…