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*



Student Hackathon in a Box   These events can show non-coders new potential, teach effective software development practices, help students acquire specific technology and interpersonal skills, and bridge the gap between academia and the real world.  In school, you learn and then apply; in the real world, you have to apply...
GA Tech 2013 Code for Good Student Hackathon For 24 hours in early November, we held the 2nd GA Tech Code for Good Student Hackathon.  In continuation of last year's event here, we retained the theme of teaching healthy lifestyle choices to combat childhood obesity.  From edutainment to exercise games, we seek to create worthwhile projects...
Hacking Project Anarchy on Android! - Sac State, November 2013 Deadline extended to Ocotber 25th. sign up now!
Intel Code for Good Hackathon - Day of the Girl, South Sudan This Hackathon, ongoing now as I write these words,  is focused on the needs of girls in South Sudan.  We are working with Unicef who are running a program now in Juba, the capital of south Sudan, focused on this issue.
Intel Developer Forum '13 -- Code for the Cloud Hackathon Some time ago, I got a message. It was from a friend, an attendee of one IUEE13 workshop in Sacramento, which was a programming workshop that I helped facilitate.  The message said: "hey Edward! How's it going? I'm at the Sacramento Hackathon.

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.