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January 2018

The Best of Modern Code January

We're starting the new year with a collection of useful information for Modern Code developers.

The Parallel Universe Issue #31: Happy New Year, Happy Parallel Computing

Welcome to our first issue of 2018. I thought about making some predictions about hardware and software trends, but I'm more of a fast follower than a computing visionary. After all, my academic background is biotechnology and data science―not...

Drone Navigation in Semi-Cluttered Environment – Update 3

Setting up the Drone The drone that we are going to use for this project is an Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone. Package includes drone itself, 4 spinning blades (plus 4 extra), and remote controller. It doesn’t come with battery/charger and user...

The Fab Five: Game Developer Content for January

Create a little magic, shift a bit, and share with your peers this month!

MeshCentral2 - Now with Let's Encrypt support

MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. Because it’s web based and deals with lots of administrative information, it’s important that all traffic be authenticated and encrypted using HTTPS. However, for people...

How Can Device Software Developers Move from Prototype to Product Faster?

Developing embedded devices is becoming more and more complex as sensing, compute, memory and communications technologies rapidly evolve. Here, I’ll highlight some of the challenges of software development for devices, as teams cope with shrinking...

OOTB Santa Clara presenter

Out of the Box Network Developer Newsletter – January 2018

Happy New Year, Out of the Box Network Developers! 2018 will be an interesting, active, and fun year for the Out of the Box meetup group. Some of the topics we plan to cover are mobile edge computing (MEC), 5G, artificial intelligence, machine...

Doctor Fortran in "DIS, Dat and Doze"

An important milestone in the birth of the new standard revision, Fortran 2018 (formerly Fortran 2015) is upon us! The Draft International Standard (DIS) has been submitted for country balloting. This is one of the final steps in the long process of...

MeshCommander for NPM - Linux, OSX, Windows

MeshCommander is a web-based Intel® AMT management console that you can download, install and use to connect to and manage your Intel® AMT computers. MeshCommander is over two years old, turning out to be a popular tool. A few days back I...


The Best of 2017 Top Ten Developer Stories

Look back on some of last year's most popular articles, announcements and innovations from the Intel® Software Developer Zone.

Intel Unite FAQ

FAQ for Intel Unite Developers looking at developing plugins for the Intel Unite hub software

MeshCentral2 - Email Server / DNS Multi-Tenancy / User's Guide

It’s a new year and MeshCentral2 is moving forward with plenty of new features with the goal of having the first non-Beta version in the first half of this year. MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. In the...

Intel Helping to Drive New Google Android* Experiences

With CES just around the corner, there’s increasing buzz about the innovations that will drive the connected future for consumers. One of the best places to start the discussion is with Android*, its growing ecosystem, and how this aligns with priorities here at Intel.

Renewed Value For The Digital Artisan In 2018

I have a renewed personal passion around digital art.  Actually it's been a long standing passion, but for 2018, I'd like to kick it into gear and do something formally and professionally in the digital art space.  In the coming weeks and months...

Video Game Makers Unite Meetup, Austin – December 2017

This month’s meetup was a career-focused lecture on December 14th, headlining the event was Intel® Software Innovator, Timothy Porter, speaking on his career experience and how other developers could apply his experience in their own lives.in...

Intel Releases New Technology Specification for Memory Encryption

In future processors, Intel will introduce two new in-memory data protection capabilities that complement Intel® SGX, Total Memory Encryption (TME) technology encrypts the platform’s entire memory with a single key, will ensure that all memory accessed from the Intel CPU is encrypted, including...

Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks December 2017

Every month I pick out 5 projects from Intel® Developer Mesh that I find interesting and share them with you. There is a diverse array of projects on the site, so narrowing it down to just five can be difficult! I hope you’ll take a few minutes to...

Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, Intel® Software Innovators, & Intel® Student Ambassadors: December 2017

Intel® Developers and Innovators were busy over the last month! Here’s an update on what the Intel® Software Innovators, Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, and Intel® Student Ambassadors were up to around the globe. BLACK BELT SPOTLIGHT...

Bangalore Meetup

Out of the Box Network Developer Newsletter – December 2017

The Out of the Box Network Developers December 2018 newsletter includes a recap of 2018 highlights, information about upcoming meetups in Santa Clara, Bangalore, and new articles and tutorials on the Intel® Developer Zone.

IoT December

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for December

This month we focus on tools-- Intel® Speech Enabling Developer Kit ,UP Squared* and Chrome* Dev Tools. Find out the best way to use each one.

Use an Advanced Development Environment for OpenCL™ Applications

Published on August 10, 2017, updated December 19, 2017

Just Released! Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017 Accelerate heterogeneous compute application performance and customize your solutions with the new Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2017. The 2017 update (August 2017) adds support for...

AR/VR Tools and Tech Meetup, Austin - December 2017: Unity and Windows Mixed Reality

This month’s Meetup was hosted at Capital Factory on December 5th and the topic was Unity + Windows Mixed Reality. The meetup provided an entry-level overview of Mixed Reality and elaborated on the latest emerging technology and tools of the trade,...

Art’Em – Artistic Style Transfer to Virtual Reality Week 14 Update

Art’Em is an application that hopes to bring artistic style transfer to virtual reality. It aims to increment the stylization speed by using low precision networks.  In the last article [1], we discussed the strategy that could be adopted for...

Drone Navigation in Semi-Cluttered Environment – Update 2

LIDAR Report In this post we are going to talk about Sweap (Figure 1), a scanning laser range finder product made by Scanse. Another name for scanning range finder is LIDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging) that we are going to use throughout this post...

December Modern Code

The Best of Modern Code December

This month we find out who won the Intel® Modern Code Challenge! We also discover the enhanced performance of the new Intel® Xeon® platform and learn more about remote access for HPC clusters.

European Innovators: Showcasing the Forefront of Technology at AI Meetups

Intel® Software Innovators have been presenting their work on artificial intelligence at meetups across Europe giving presentations on everything from the basics of machine learning and deep learning to fine-tuning techniques that can be applied to...

The Fab Five: Game Developer Content December

This month we highlight the creation of some new games and focus on the return of a superstar.

Future Labs AI Summit at NYU – Fall 2017

The top minds in the development of Artificial Intelligence technologies came together at New York University to discuss the current and future advances and applications of Artificial Intelligence. Intel® Student Ambassadors Pallab Paul and Teju...

DeveloperWeek Austin 2017

DeveloperWeek Austin had its first event in 2015, and stays true to its goal of exposing developers, engineers, architects, managers and executives and entrepreneurs to a wide variety of tools and techniques for many development fields including...

Am I Becoming Obsolete?

Published on November 27, 2017, updated December 13, 2017By Clay B.

It has occurred to me that with all the new technology advances over the last five years that my programming skill set may be becoming obsolete. There has been much more emphasis on web page design than in, say, computational fluid dynamics; more...