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The Schiaparelli Lesson – Unusual and Faulty Conditions

I am really sad that the European Space Agency (ESA) lost their Schiaparelli lander, as we will miss out on a lot of Mars science – even though it was mostly a test for how to land on Mars. From a software engineering and testing perspective, the...

Security Innovation Must Effectively Address Cyber Risks

Intel & Hardware-based Security Intel launched a new set of 7th Gen Intel® Core™ processors this week, and with them come practical advances in cybersecurity. These advancements are critical at this point in time, as cyber threats lurk around...

Accountability for Security

Recently I attended one of the largest innovation events in the finance industry, Money 20/20. As expected in a conference of this magnitude, the size and social experience felt overwhelming. Although it is marketed as a “financial innovation...

Democratizing 3D Content Creation: Tilt Brush to Adobe’s Project Felix

For the 2D artist and designer, creating 3D concept art, 3D product photography, or 3D UIs has been challenging. Typically, this work is only in reach to those skilled with and trained in 3D tools.  This post will expose new possibilities for...

Why Intel® CoFluent™ Technology for Big Data

Intel CoFluent Studio is a product from Intel that lets you build models of pretty much any system to evaluate performance and behavior using an abstract model instead of concrete code.

How Simics found a Xen Bug – Why Target Variation Matters

A few months ago, Intel® simulation engineers working on Wind River* Simics* reported a bug in the Xen* hypervisor to the public email list. The bug was that Xen did not do the right thing when enabling Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel®...

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