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How to Adapt to Screen Size

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Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: The Multi-core Industrial Kitchen

This is going to be a short blog as there is no new material to discuss, just a simple extension of the earlier blogs (see Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: The Home Kitchen  and Advanced Computer Concepts For The (Not So) Common Chef: Terminology Pt 1) on how the CPU can be...

The Java* Application Component Workload for Android*: Real Java* Application Use Cases for Android*

Download PDF  [PDF 902 KB] Introduction The Android system has roughly a billion users, with almost a million applications from the Play Store downloaded and used daily. Android users equate their User Experience (UX) with their application (app) experience. Measuring UX via running Play Store...

Intel Optimizations in the Android* Marshmallow Compiler

Introduction The Android* Marshmallow (6.0) release incorporates new features and capabilities and a number of enhancements to the Android Runtime* (ART) that result in improved application performance. Starting with Marshmallow, Intel shifted virtual machine (VM) engineering focus toward...

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories for July

1. The Sequel: See How One Hero’s Modern Code is Changing the World! Unleash your code’s potential to maximize the speed of your applications and high-performance computing projects. Find out more from the Dev King today. 2. Optimizing DirectX* 12 Games With Intel® GPA Optimize your Unity*...

[Series] Know Your Customers: Customer Acquisition

Know Your Customer! Step Three: Customer Acquisition We’ve discussed how to find your target audience, and how to pick the right channels to reach them. That brings us to the third and final part of this series—how to use all of this knowledge about your potential customer in order to convert them...

Using App Inventor to control Arduino 101

Taiwan Maker Education ISV- CAVEDU Education, have a workshop in Maker Faire Singapore ! this workshop talk about Using App Inventor to control Arduino 101  Control Ardunio 101's LED blinking Using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Voice control - Google Voice API if you not familiar with Arduino 101...

[Series] Know Your Customer: Pick Your Channels

Know Your Customer! Step Two: Pick Your Channels Once you know who your target audience is, the next step is figuring out where to find them. What Websites do they read? Where do they go for news about the latest games? When you’re unknown, bringing customers to you can be a difficult challenge...

Intel’s Open Source Graphics Drivers and Vulkan* Graphics API

Introduction   In his blog published on February 16, 2016, Imad Sousou shared that Intel was selected as one of the leading graphics platform suppliers with Vulkan* 1.0 drivers certified by the Khronos Group Consortium. This article gives a presents the basics on the Vulkan graphics API and Intel...

[Series] Know Your Customer: Defining Audience Personas

No matter what you’re building, whether it’s a racing game or a calendar app, it’s important to remember the customer who’s at the center of it all. Ask yourself who you’re building this for. Your first answer might be yourself—and it’s good to have passion for the product. But your product will...