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Successful Intel East Africa #CodeFest At Outbox Uganda

Intel East Africa @inteleastafrica held an Intel Developer Zone #CodeFest at the Outbox hub in Kampala, Uganda.

New Apps, NDK Ports, & Social Good at Android CodeFest NYC
November 1st & 2nd, New York, New York

One thing is certain, the spirit of innovation and exciting development is strong in the NYC area. We saw that first hand at the Intel Android CodeFest held Nov 1 & 2nd at AlleyNYC.

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Attend an Intel® Developer Zone eSeminar live or On Demand:

10/30 Intel “Android on X86 – Go Native. Go Fast. Go with Intel for a Superior User Experience!”
October 30, 2013 | 2:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. Pacific
In this eSeminar, learn how to efficiently deliver a superior Android user experience through native apps optimized for the Intel® Platform. Learn about developer tools for Android* on Intel® Platforms. Also you will learn the different CPU architectures and how to enable your application to run on these.

11/19 Intel “Go Big or Go Home. Wireless Big Screen HD from Mobile Android Devices”
November 19, 2013 | 12:00 p.m. Eastern / 9:00 a.m. Pacific
Imagine that in an instant you can take your Android phone out of your pocket and use it to stream a presentation to a screen or projector while controlling via touchscreen. This session will teach you how to develop an Android application that takes advantage of Intel WiDi technology. The latest Android platforms provide second-screen capabilities with HDMI output and Wireless Display technologies. Intel WiDi technology available on the new Android Intel devices provides HD resolution Wireless Display technology with low latency and a high frame rate.

Intel® Android* Tools Series Videos:

Get started using Intel® Android tools deploying to an Intel Android device view these video tutorials.

Setting up the NDK SDK – This video shows how you can set up the development environment to develop Android applications for Intel® architecture, specifically the NDK and the Android SDK. To help you get started with all of the packages and tools that you need to get started with application development go to the Intel Developer Zone for Android

Setting Up Eclipse to Target Intel X86 - This video talks about setting up your Eclipse environment in order to support native applications built for Android* on Intel®. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android

Deploying to an Intel Emulator - This video shows how you can deploy an Android* X86 application onto an Intel® emulator. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android

What Are Fat Binaries? - What is inside a package for an NDK application on Android? This video talks about the difference between fat & thin binaries. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android.

Deploying to an Intel® Device - This video shows you how to deploy your application to an Intel® device. Learn more on the Intel® Developer Zone for Android.

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