Code for Good

Intel® Code for Good

Intel® Code For Good is an initiative that aims to foster volunteerism and relationships between developers who want to make the world a better place and non-profit organizations. If you have a passion to collaborate with others and support projects that can improve your community or the environment, this is for you. We are looking to connect your talent to good causes and prove together that programming can make a difference.

Put your talent to work and help us improve the life of every person on Earth.

 


 

Intel® Code For Good at the Mobile Premiere Awards

Intel® Code For Good partnered with the Mobile Premiere Awards to recognize developers who have taken the initiative to improve the lives of others through their work. The winner of this event was the Mimi* Hearing Test, an application that provides a personalized hearing test, and then augmented sound to improve a person’s experience listening to music or their surroundings.

Read more about Mimi*

 


Blog

First Day of Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience, App Academy @ Chandler-Gilbert Community College Today was the second week of the IUEE@CGCC in Chandler, Arizona. We are learning how to create an HTML 5 app from the business plans our teams formulated during our first week of the program. The format of the App Academy portion is that of a hack-a-thon.  While I miss having Hannah and CJ leading...
Application Development Hackletics has Ignited It is very exciting to be on the verge of helping lead a two week application development. It is something of a perfect storm. We have many Hackletic Poobahs helping. Of course, Paul Steinberg, architect of the Code for Good Hackathons. We also have Brad Hill, an Intel HTML5 expert who has helped...
Contra Costa College - Intel - Student Code for Good Virual Hackathon '13 Behind the Scenes For being something new to all of us, doing this Virtual Hackathon last weekend varied between going very smoothly and throwing problems at us that no one expected.  Just as everyone put a lot into hacking up project code, a lot went into making the Virtual Hackathon possible.
Contra Costa College - Intel - Student Code for Good Virtual Hackathon '13 Ends This was a great hackathon.  We learned things we might not have without the hackathon.  I know for sure I did.  I was never able to setup Apache with PHP in the past because of reasons, but the hackathon had me tackle the problem until it was solved [for the entire 1st day].
Contra Costa College - Intel - Student Code for Good Virtual Hackathon '13 Begins Finals at Contra Costa College are over & we are immediately starting the hackathon.  We have planned which house each team will stay in, ground rules for each house, the food to order, & times to check-in with each other.  We have about 50 hours together in this event. Some of the tech...

Proof of Concept: LocalSense
LocalSense is a project that uses IoT technology to keep people safer in specific environments. For example, it can detect the location of medical staff or hospital assets to better respond to an emergency, warn teams in case of hazardous environments, or identify the whereabouts of patients.

 

Proof of Concept: VIZIUM
VIZIUM, created by Intel® Software Innovator Silviu-tudor Serban, employs Intel® RealSense™ technology to provide blind and visually impaired individuals with a sense of motion and nearby environment, allowing them to navigate the world more freely and safely.