My 1000th Video for the Intel Developer Zone!

I am generally not one to toot my own horn, but I thought that as a personal milestone 1000 videos produced for Intel since I was hired in January of 2008 was a good place to stop and recognize not so much myself, but all of those whom I have worked with to produce such a large number of videos. In the just over three years since I was brought on to shoot videos for the Take Five site I have seen numerous changes to the video program, most notably the addition of our live streaming internet shows on Intel Software TV. The most recent change to the way that I work is that now instead of trying to find conference rooms, or quiet areas at the Intel campus I work at (not at all an easy task and one that often took lots of my time to set up the lights, camera, and peripherals) I am now able to work in the controlled and sleek environment of the Intel Software Studio, which I designed with the help of Josh Bancroft, and Chris Davis. Productivity is through the roof already!

Time and technology moves forward at an astounding pace, and I am certain that I will be moving along with it for as long as the Intel Software Network wants to have a camera nearby! A profound thanks to all of my co-workers (far too many to name) who have helped push the video programs along, and have supported myself and my team as we move towards a bright and exciting future.

You can watch the videos I and others produce at: www.intel.com/software/videos & check out our live streaming shows at www.intel.com/software/tv

A sincere thanks to all of you!

 

 

 


 

 

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Kathy F. (Intel)'s picture

Congratulations Jerry on this tremendous personal milestone and thank you for all the fine work you do for ISN and especially for Parallel Programming Talk. Really looking forward to watching where this all goes - the sky really is the limit.

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