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Porting Chrome* Apps to Mobile Using Crosswalk and Apache Cordova*
By Ashok Emani (Intel) Posted on 06/15/15 0
Chrome* Apps can run on any platform where Chrome is available, which covers almost all of the desktop platforms out there. This is not the case for mobile platforms, which often use a different app hosting model and have their own app stores.  As Chrome apps are built using browser based technol...
June 2015 Intel® XDK Update Blog
By jhwolf (Intel) Posted on 06/15/15 1
Over the past several months we have been busy focusing on quality and security improvements in the Intel® XDK, and changing our User Forums and sign-on over to use Intel’s standard infrastructure.  This month, though, we are releasing a few new features in the Intel XDK to help shore up a few th...
User Space Networking Fuels NFV Performance
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 06/12/15 0
It is an exciting time to be a software developer in the networking space and as the roles of engineer are changing so too are the rules. For 15 years, the traditional thinking behind high performance networking has been to take all the packet processing functionality and push as much as possibl...
C4W (CodeForWomen) in Córdoba, Argentina
By MATTHEW H. (Intel) Posted on 06/11/15 0
June 4th Intel Argentina organized and executed the first developer event 100% dedicated to women in Argentina. This event was the kick-off of a series of technical training consisting of 10 Android* technical classes of 4 hours each that will start on Q3 and also our first experience on event of that kind.
Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: Memory Hierarchy: Of Registers, Cache & Memory
By Taylor K. (Intel) Posted on 06/11/15 0
After introducing this series of blogs, we established some basic processor and threading terminology. In the last blog, we laid the foundation of our kitchen analogy. We noted that a program is equivalent to a recipe, and that the different architectural features of a modern processor, e.g., pip...
Three Ways to Build DPDK 2.0.0 with Open vSwitch
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 06/10/15 0
SDK Setup Script One of the best method to build the DPDK package is to use DPDK's tools/setup.sh script. Use the following steps after running the setup.sh script:                    - Press [9] to compile the package                    - Press [12] to install the driver                    -...
Webinar: Apache Spark* and Big Data Analytics: Solving Real-World Problems
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 06/10/15 0
Big Data analysis is having an impact on every industry today. Industry leaders are capitalizing on these new business insights to drive competitive advantage. Apache Hadoop* is the most common Big Data framework, but the technology is evolving rapidly – and one of the latest innovations is Apach...
Don’t make these 4 common developer mistakes
By AGATHA G. Posted on 06/10/15 2
Don’t make these 4 common developer mistakes After hours of coding, countless sleepless nights, a lot of excitement and maybe a little frustration, you’re finally ready to release your app. After a few weeks, you realise it’s not performing as well as you’d hoped it would – only a few people hav...
Adventures in Design Thinking
By Roger Chandler (Intel) Posted on 06/09/15 0
One of the exciting things happening at Intel these days is our increased focus on user experiences. As a technology company, weaving UX into our culture has required new ways of thinking, innovating, and collaborating—particularly with software developers, since software plays a major role in tr...
Building vhost-user For OVS Today Using DPDK 2.0.0
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 06/09/15 0
UPDATE:  16 June 2015 - The vhost-user patch was accepted and committed  no longer requiring the pre-commit patch be included with the helper script. I recently discovered that DPDK support for vhost-user offloading was added to mainline of Open vSwitch. In case you are new to vhost-user here is...
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Angry Birds Lands on AppUp
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 01/04/11 19
One of the coolest parts of my job is when I'm asked to review a fun new app in AppUp. And so is the case today. For the last 30 minutes I've been having fun with an exclusive version of Angry Birds from Rovio made available to AppUp stores. I have the early release for testing but from what I ...
Instructions to disable the Intel AMT privacy notification popup
By Ajay Mungara (Intel) Posted on 04/26/07 19
Lori Welch left a comment on one of my blog posts - "I am curious why every time I login to the pc, I get a box that pops up notifying me of the AMT. I find this particularly annoying for end users, and is there no way to disable the notice?" First, let us understand why the Intel AMT privacy not...
Haswell New Instruction Descriptions Now Available!
By Mark Buxton (Intel) Posted on 06/13/11 19
Intel just released public details on the next generation of the x86 architecture. Arriving first in our 2013 Intel microarchitecture codename “Haswell”, the new instructions accelerate a broad category of applications and usage models. Download the full Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions Programm...
New Tizen™ platform from Linux Foundation & LiMo with support from Intel AppUp
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 09/27/11 18
We are excited about the Linux Foundation & LiMo announcement of the Tizen™ platform, and the role AppUp will be playing. Tizen combines the best of LiMo & MeeGo to create an open source cross device platform with support from Intel AppUp developer program, and a development framework bas...
Turbo Disaster, or When failure was Not an option... - A Success Story of some software integration
By Sergey Kostrov Posted on 10/05/13 18
Hello everybody, My name is Sergey Kostrov. I'm an Intel Black Belt Software Developer and am Not an-Intel employee. I'd like to share my experience ( a <strong>Success Story</strong> ) on how some very complex software integration was done a couple of years ago on the <strong>S...
Perceptual Computing Challenge
By joel-de-guzman (Intel) Posted on 11/13/12 18
At the 2012 Fall Intel(R) Developer Forum,   we announced a new way of computing using natural interfaces, which we named Perceptual Computing. The Beta version of the Perceptual Computing SDK was released which can be downloaded for free.     The current version requires the use of a peripheral ...
Calling all web app developers…we’ve got something for you!
By Rhonda Peters (Intel) Posted on 04/11/11 17
The Intel AppUp℠ developer program is excited to announce a new opportunity for web app developers to transform web apps into Intel AppUp℠ center apps. This opportunity, called Intel AppUp™ encapsulator, allows web app developers to expand their customer base and revenue potential by making an a...
From ARM NEON to Intel SSE- the automatic porting solution, tips and tricks
By victoria-zhislina (Intel) Posted on 12/12/12 17
I love ARM. Yes, I do. - Why do I work for Intel then? Because I love Intel even more. That's why I'd like to help independent software vendors to port their products from ARM to Intel Architecture. But if and only if they would like to do it. Why would they like it? The answer is simple. Curren...
Linked Lists - Incompatible with Parallel Programming?
By Arch D. Robison (Intel) Posted on 12/20/07 16
I've been asked several times why TBB does not have a concurrent list class; i.e., a list that supports concurrent access. The answer is that we'd add one if: We could figure out semantics that are useful for parallel programming and We could implement it reasonably efficiently on current hardwa...
Efficient communication between Arduino* and Linux native processes
By matthias-hahn (Intel) Posted on 09/22/14 16
Working with Arduino* sketches on Intel® Galileo, or Intel® Edison you might run into situations where you would want to add some functionality coming from the underlying Yocto* Linux OS running underneath. Which brings us directly to the subject of this blog: How to efficiently communicate betwe...

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