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Intel Georgia Tech Student Hackathon 2012
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 18.09.2012 0
Breaking News!!!! - Visit the Ga Tech Hackathon Live Blog for real-time updates.   The Intel Student Developer program is working with the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) and the Oregon Health&  Science University (OHSU) Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, to spons…
The Next Intel Contra Costa Student Hackathon - IDF 2012
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 12.09.2012 0
Well It has begun.  The next iteration of our student hackathons -this time in no less a location than the commodious halls of the San Francisco Moscone Center where IDF 2012 is in progress. Professor Tom Murphy and the awesome students of Contra Costa College have arrived and we are psyching up fo…
Intel Business Client Community at IDF 2012 - Intel® vPro & Intel® SBA
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 11.09.2012 0
Calling all Business Client software developers attending IDF 2012. September 11-13,  in San Francisco.   The Business Client Community will be in attendance and would love to meet with you in person.  Kathy Farrel, Business Client Program Manager and I, Paul Steinberg, Business Client Community Ma…
The First Code for Good Student Hackathon
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 12.06.2012 5
Ex-post facto Here are some of the Apps these great students came up with -http://cs.contracosta.edu/hackathon Well, it has begun. I am sitting in the Computer Technology Center at Contra Costa College with Professor Tom Murphy along Josh Bancroft and Brad Hill of Intel and 20+ students from CC…
New face on our Intel® vPro™ Developer Community Page
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 04.04.2012 1
Yes, that is a new face on your Intel® vPro™ Developer Community page. My name is Paul Steinberg. I have been working at Intel for more than 10 years now, seems like only 10 weeks though. For the last few years, I have been the Intel Academic Community Manager. In fact, I still am. At Intel, if yo…
Making Parallelism Nifty
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 12.03.2012 1
It is with the utmost pleasure, I'd like to call your attention to the Dr. David Valentine's "Making Parallleism Nifty" video series. Dr. Valentine said at SIGCSE 2011 in Dallas that "good instructional materials begin with a brilliant, engaging assignment." Dr, Valentine received his grant in 20…
Throwing down the gauntlet: James Reinders and the Tech Pack for Parallelism
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 17.09.2011 1
For those of not in attendance, James Reinders gave an enthralling talk at the recent Blackbelt thank you dinner at IDF 2011. He talked of his passion for creating the fastest computing environments in the world, be it through his history in developing the world's first TeraFLOP supercomputer to h…
Is parallelism a choke point for the advancement of computing? Education is key.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 12.09.2011 1
In a recent lead article in Computerworld, a warning was sounded that lack of Parallel programming skills among developers would be "one of the biggest questions for computing over the next decade." Speaking from my perch as Community Manager for the Intel Academic Community I can only agree to th…
Genevieve Bell - It's time to open the conversation between Computer Science and other disciplines.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 07.09.2011 0
Dr. Genevieve Bell, Director of the Interaction and Experience Research Group, Intel Corporation. One of the strengths of Intel is that it hires some of the most incredibly smart and interesting people in the world. One of the best part of my job is that I get to talk with them on my Teach Paralle…
Tim Mattson - "Do you understand design patterns? Do you use them in your courses? You should."
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 05.09.2011 0
Dr. Timothy Mattson, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporaton How familiar are you with design patterns? Are you using patterns in releavant courses? If you cannot answer both questions in the affirmative you're not where you should be, according to Tim Mattson, Principal Engineer at Intel Researc…