IDF 2011 is comming!

Hi everybody! Wow it seems like yesterday when I remember the last Intel Developer Forum (IDF) but it was almost 1 year ago from now. For some of you who are new to IDF let me explain you a bit about it, it's an annual event where there are many activities taking place at the same time, like the Technology Showcase, The Technical Sessions and the keynotes by Intel Execs.  I recommend you to participate in any activity because all of them are rich in content and show you an insight about the future.

For example, at the IDF 2010 great content was showed (demos, sessions and so on) about host based configuration, KVM and virtualization.  The IDF 2011 looks great too, the technical session catalog was published and there are many excellent tracks, one of them is by Brian Cockrell, Chris Piper and Jake Gauthier:

Title:   Supercharge Your Intel® Core™ vPro™ Processor Management Solution
Abstract:   Enable your software product with Intel® vPro™ Technology! This session will demonstrate how to solve real world IT problems utilizing Intel® vPro Technology.
Included in this session:
• Methods and building blocks that aid in developing end to end products and solutions
• Solutions utilizing:
- Host Based Configuration
- Intel® vPro™ Technology module for Microsoft* PowerShell*
- Use Case Reference Designs
- Intel® KVM technology
- Intel® Setup and Configuration Service (Intel® SCS) version 7.1

Another valuable resource is networking with peers so you can connect with colleagues, friends, ISV's and authors you have probably read and listened everyday.  Look this interview by Michele Gartner or this post I blogged last year to know what I'm talking about.

The IDF 2011 will start at September 13 and the countdown has just started. I hope to meet some of you. See you there!

Javier Andrés Cáceres Alvis
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