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BoilerMake Hackathon Blazes through Frozen Midwest

400 student developers met up at Purdue’s France A. Cordova Recreational Sports Center from all across the Midwest and beyond to create a wide variety of awesome apps.  Armed with expertise and ideas, these intrepid engineers created apps and...

Women's History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

With March being Women’s History Month, we’re proud to pay tribute to just a few of the many great women in science and technology that have paved the way for the next generation.

ABC for 123: Intel + CGCC Early Literacy Hackathon

Last month, over 50 students converged at Chandler-Gilbert Community College for 24 hours to make games helping kids learn to read.  Gaining and honing JavaScript skills, these students developed their games based on early literacy concepts...

Mission Possible: Making Math Fun Through Games – An Education Hackathon

  The Intel® Code for Good Math Game Event was a rather ambitious undertaking for two reasons. First, the topic of math and figuring out a strategy to make it fun and educational is a tough mission in and of itself. Secondly, the hackathon was a...

Game CoLabs and Intel at ASU: Global Game Jam 2015

This past weekend, the largest physical site-based gamejam in the world – the Global Game Jam – united over 28,800 participants from 518 locations across 78 countries to simultaneously create 5441 games.  We teamed up with Game CoLab, a local game...

CalPoly Pre-GDC XDK Gamejam*

*Side note for the uninitiated: hackathon is an overarching term for any development ‘jam session’ – codefest refers to a software-creating subset of hackathons – gamejams are codefests where the projects are games. In the narrow time frame of 24...

CGCC Healthy Kids in Motion Hackathon

In one of our best hackathons yet, 55 students from Chandler-Gilbert Community College met on campus to create games teaching impressionable grade-school kids healthy lifestyle choices and information regarding fitness and wellness.  Those...

Hackathon Style JavaScript* - Fundamentals

This quick intro will provide a crash course to the very basics of JavaScript.  Note: the style here is quick and dirty, designed to get a quick prototype working a.k.a. ‘hack it together’ – hackathon style.  There are almost always many ways to do...

Hackathon Style JavaScript* - Output

< Previous post: Hackathon Style JavaScript - Fundamentals  As with the previous post, this is a quick intro to JavaScript output towards the goal of writing a basic app/game using HTML5’s canvas.  Note: the style here is quick and dirty,...

Hackathon Style JavaScript - Input and Events

<< First post in this series: Hackathon Style JavaScript - Fundamentals  < Previous post: Hackathon Style JavaScript - Output This is another quick intro post, for JavaScript input towards the goal of writing a basic app/game using HTML5’...

Celebrate International Women's Day with Intel Software events around the World!

  Join us around the world to share your passion about technology with Intel and the community! The International Women's Day (IWD) happens on March 8th, in order to celebrate women's achievement worldwide. It is a moment to reflect on how far we...

Celebrating a Decade of Parallel Programming with Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB)

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB). And it’s a good time to look back over those last 10 years to see where Intel TBB started, how far it’s come, and how successful it’s been in addressing the...

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | October

Find out what's buzzing this month with the October Top Ten!

My Experience at Earlham College Hackathon 2013

  My name is Jean Paul Mugizi. I am a junior at Miami University of Ohio majoring in Software Engineering. Attending the Intel Hackathon 2013 has been a unique experience for me as I chance to network with students from Erlham College, Indiana...

Contra Costa College - Intel - Student Code for Good Virtual Hackathon '13

Contra Costa College - Intel - Code for Good Virtual Hackathon 2013   We are approaching another wonderful hackathon in 3 weeks. This one is named the "Virtual Hackathon". It is virtual in the sense that we will not all be in 1 building, but in...

Summer 2013 IUEE HTML5 Experience Day 1

    Our team is ' Seal Team 6 ' .  We are a team of five coming from many different educational back grounds. We have a mechanical, two electrical, and two computer engineering majors. We all have different programing experience. Our mechanical...

Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience (IUEE): From Participant to Assistant Leader

  Last summer I was lucky enough to be part of the first Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience in Chandler, Arizona at the Hilton Hotel. I had a lot of fun during my internship, I met a lot of people with the same interests as me and we all made...

Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience (IUEE): Code for Good Hackathon Day 1

     The Hackathon has started. June 24, 2013 the Code for Good Hackathon started here, at California State University, Sacramento (Sac State). We have all been waiting for it. The experience that most of the IUEE participants have been waiting for...

Adding Audio and a Shape Into a Game Using JavaScript* at IUEE - ThaoH

By Thao H., Last Updated January 4, 2017

Playing a game is fun. But knowing how to build a game, a person can even have more fun. In order to do this, one needs to be creative and patient. There are online classes that teach audience how to build games such as www.3schools.com and www....

Over The Hump: Virtual Hackathons worth it?

By VMichial, Last Updated January 4, 2017

Many know what a hackathon is. A group of people get together and hack out an application. Combine the idea of a marathon, and its a group of people hacking out an app non stop over a period of time. What then is a virtual hackathon? A virtual...

Beyond IUEE Phoenix 2013

By Jake L., Last Updated January 4, 2017

IUEE (Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience) Phoenix 2013 IUEE Phoenix 2013 has now come to its inevitable close... And despite strong wishes that it would continue, many students went into the program hoping to continue evolving from this...

Hello World: My role as Student Mentor and Blogger at IUEE 2013

By Devon S., Last Updated January 4, 2017

My name is Devon Sharma and I am a student at Arizona State University. I just finished IUEE Arizona and I am now a teaching and programming assistant at IUEE Oregon. My background is web development with a special focus in database infrastructure...

Intel IUEE Oregon: Hackathon Day 2

Day 2 at the IUEE Hackathon  My second day at IUEE was quite different from my first one. Today, the room was buzzing with participants who got into groups and combined their ideas to make ideas for a game that they are going to create. All of the...

Intel IUEE Hackathon Day 3

Day 3 at the IUEE Hackathon My third day at the IUEE hackathon was a bit less eventful than my first 2 days. Like before, the main room was crowded with participants looking forward to a day of learning how to build game, but had less need for...

Unit Testing on SignalR Hubs with 2.0 RC1

SignalR Hubs with 2.0 RC1 release and Unit Testing.. Assuming Microsoft Visual Studio* 2012 and an IIS developer instance hosting.

My ultimate opinions on the benchmarking games

Last Updated January 4, 2017

      Nowadays there are existing many benchmark applications to guide the users to select the highest scored Microprocessor or SOC (or just measure a specific sub-system like memory shipped in them) among a wide range of state-of-the-art mobile...

Broadening Participation in Visualization Workshop

Clemson University hosted the first Broadening Participating in Visualization workshop on February 10-11, 2014. I was honored to serve as a panelist and keynote on visualization from an industry perspective. Visualization plays a significant role in...

Intel Intern Hackathon 2014 - Results

The urban dictionary defines a hackathon as “having company employees come in and work all night under the guise of innovation and opportunity with little or no reward to one’s self for the sole purpose of benefiting the company.”  This was clearly...

Notes and Storyboard Team

Innovation at Intel: Waiting for “Now” to Get Here

We focus a lot on innovation at Intel. I’d like to talk about why we do it. It’s about responsibility. In my opinion, Intel makes the most technologically advanced mass-produced products in the history of humanity. And every 18 to 24 months we...

IDEO Design Thinking Steps

Adventures in Design Thinking

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...

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