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Rapid Makers
By Asaf Shelly Posted on 05/03/15 0
For some while I keep finding around me things related to Makers, Quadcopters, and algorithms. At first I thought that it is just by chance... That IoT is nice, and Makers are having fun, and algorithms are just another way of saying parallel programming and so on... Apparently there is something... releases experimental support for the Intel® Edison
By WAI LUN POON (Intel) Posted on 05/01/15 0
Managing a fleet of IoT devices and deploying code is no easy task. changes the workflow by leveraging Git and Docker technology! How It Works When you have new code for your end devices, all you need to do is simply perform a "git push". builds your code into a Docker contain...
Restudy SchemaRDD in SparkSQL
By Hao C. (Intel) Posted on 05/01/15 0
At the very beginning, SchemaRDD was just designed as an attempt to make life easier for developers in their daily routines of code debugging and unit testing on SparkSQL core module. The idea can boil down to describing the data structures inside RDD using a formal description similar to the relational database schema. On top of all basic functions provided by common RDD APIs, SchemaRDD also provides some straightforward relational query interface functions that are realized through SparkSQL. After several releases and updates, SchemaRDD successfully drew attention among developers in Spark community. Now, it is officially renamed to “DataFrame” API on Spark’s latest trunk. This article starts with background of SchemaRDD, and then analyzes its design principles and application characteristics. Finally, it gives a brief review of SchemaRDD’s history, and makes a general discussion on its application prospects in Spark’s future development trends.
Node.js Workshop At Vulcan Inc
By REX ST JOHN (Intel) Posted on 04/30/15 0
We received an invite to join employees of Vulcan Inc here in Seattle to spend an afternoon running an Intel Edison workshop focusing on LIBMRAA, Node.js and Johnny-Five. 17 total developers showed up and posted 5 unique Instructables projects! Here are a few highlights from social media: Here ...
Intel Hack N' Tell @ SoDo MakerSpace Seattle
By REX ST JOHN (Intel) Posted on 04/30/15 0
Another busy day in the IoT community here in Seattle! Intel staged a "Come back" event follow up from our previous Seattle IoT Hackathon earlier in the year to see what great projects developers continued building with their Intel Edison boards and IoT DevKits. Here are a few highlights from soc...
New Intel® USB Driver version 1.9.0 for Android* Devices Available for Download
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 04/30/15 0
The new Intel Android* USB Driver package 1. 9.0 is available for download at the Intel Developer Zone. It enables you to connect your Windows*-based machine to your Android* device that contains an Intel® Atom™ processor inside. This includes the latest Intel® Atom™ x3 and x5 processor families ...
Improving Crowd Simulations in Gaming
By Michael Coppock (Intel) Posted on 04/30/15 0
Current technology allows for many interesting and exciting scenarios in games. Including larger crowds, maybe in a city or a group of soldiers on a battlefield, could provide greater immersion for players if the flow of the crowd can be accurately predicted. Stephen J. Guy and Ioannis Karamouzas...
Twitter for C++ Programmers
By Andrey Karpov Posted on 04/30/15 0
This small post is for those programmers who use Twitter or are just about to start doing this. I'm sure developers will find some useful information here.
Fluent Conf 2015: HTML/CSS/JS and Robotics Too
By WAI LUN POON (Intel) Posted on 04/28/15 0
Photo opp - me and the Javascript Rhino we all love!  :) Last week I attended Fluent Conf for the second time. It’s great to see the continuing trend of the Web + IoT and other hardware + Javascript goodness.   Though the main focus of this conference is on HTML/CSS/JS, quite a few o...
Working with Intel® Code Builder for OpenCL™ API on Systems Equipped with Intel® Xeon Phi™ x100 Coprocessor
By loc-nguyen (Intel) Posted on 04/28/15 0
Due to the recent restructuring in OpenCL™ Technology (see ), the Intel® Code Builder for OpenCL™ replaces the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications. For the Intel® Xeon Phi™ x100 coprocessor, that means we need a specific OpenCL™ Runtime and the Code B...
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Announcing Intel Concurrent Collections for Haskell 0.1
By Ryan Newton (Intel) Posted on 05/27/10 9
Hello Parallel Programmers! Whether you're a functional programmer or not you've probably noticed an increasing number of FP-related concepts circulating in this Age of Parallelism: immutability, implicit parallelism, dataflow, and so on. These ideas seem to be getting around and in fact are aliv...
Intel® Threading Building Blocks Version 3.0 Update 4 showcases its first Community Preview feature: Concurrent Priority Queue
By Terry Wilmarth (Intel) Posted on 12/02/10 9
The Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) 3.0 Update 4 release introduces a new concept: the Community Preview feature, which gives users of Intel TBB an early look at features targeted for future release and provides the Intel TBB development team with valuable feedback. In addition to ...
Intel® Decimal Floating-Point Math Library
By Marius Cornea (Intel) Posted on 03/06/08 8
Decimal floating-point operations were a necessity from the beginnings of the modern age of computing. However, the lack of a good standard for decimal computations has led to the existence of numerous proprietary software packages for decimal or decimal-like computation, most based on fixed-poin...
Plan of Attack and Face Tracking Challenges Using the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK: Ultimate Coder
By Infrared5 Posted on 02/18/13 8
We are very excited to be working with the Intel Perceptual Computing (IPC) SDK and to be a part of the Ultimate Coder Challenge! The new hardware and software that Intel and its partners have created allows for some very exciting possibilities. It’s our goal to really push the boundaries of wha...
Do you have 5 minutes? Score an HTML5 Learning Kit
By kira-boyko (Intel) Posted on 10/05/11 8
Did you miss out on the HTML5 Learning Kits given out at Intel AppUpSM Elements? Here’s your opportunity to score your own kit: no traveling required! We want you to help influence Intel’s next generation mobile app development tools. Enable us to provide you with the most effective development t...
Ultimate Coder Week 3 - For Those About To Rock
By Peter O'Hanlon Posted on 02/27/13 8
Week 2 Well, it's week 2 now and development is carrying on apace. I've managed to get a fair bit into Huda in the first week, so the question has to be asked "Will Peter manage to maintain this awesome pace?" We all know that was the question you wanted to ask, but were far too nice to ask, so w...
If you had 4 days to teach parallel programming… to high school students …
By Robert Chesebrough (Intel) Posted on 03/16/09 8
If you had 4 days to teach parallel programming… to high school students … SetupLet’s say you were given an invitation to lead a summer camp for high school students – a 4 day long day camp with students coming in from various schools and the only thing they have in common is that they are top no...
Emulation of new instructions
By Mark Charney (Intel) Posted on 08/11/08 8
Hello and welcome to my blog. This is my first blog posting. My name is Mark Charney and I work at Intel in Hudson, Massachusetts. Intel has just made available some software that I've been working on for emulation of new instructions: Intel® Software Development Emulator, or Intel® SDE for short...
Now Available: Android SDK x86 System Image with Google APIs
By Josh Bancroft (Intel) Posted on 03/06/14 8
If you've used the Android SDK, you've probably noticed that Intel Atom x86 system images for the emulator have been available for a while now. You might have been frustrated with the fact that the system image didn't include access to any of the Google APIs. I have good news: Google has released...
(update) C-states, C-states and even more C-states
By Taylor K. (Intel) Posted on 03/27/08 8
As I said before, a C-state is an idle state. The processor isn't doing anything useful, so why not shut some things off? Think of it in terms of your house. If you're not at home, why keep the lights, radio, and those 6 televisions going? Modern processors have several different C-states represe...

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