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Installing Python 3.6 On Your Intel® Edison

WARNING This tutorial will replace the existing Python 2.7 with Python 3.6. Introduction The following information will help you install Python 3 on your Intel® Edison. Installing Python 3.6 To install Python 3.6 on your Intel® Edison, follow...

Booting Your Intel® Edison Board from an SD (Linux*)

Introduction The following information will help you set up your SD card and use it to boot the Edison, for this tutorial we recommend an 8 - 16gb SD. Setup Your Edison Before we can setup your SD card, you need to have your Intel® Edison board...

The Right Toolset for Testing (Testing Theory Part 2)

This is part 2 of a two-part series on the theory and practice of software testing. In part 1 I discussed how to think about testing in terms of expected normal states, expected abnormal states and faults, and the entirely unexpected. In this post...

The Right Mindset for Testing (Testing Theory Part 1)

A recent blog post I wrote about the ESA Schiaparelli crash, triggered a discussion about testing, execution tools for testing, and the right mindset for testing.  If you look back at what I have written in the past on this blog and the Wind River...

Signed UEFI Firmware Updates in EDK II

Intel has recently contributed a full implementation for UEFI Capsule update, including support for the EFI System Resource Table (ESRT) and Firmware Management Protocol (FMP), under EDK II. The SignedCapsulePkg has been ported to two open platforms...

Intel IoT Solutions Hackathon

Join Intel for the Intel IoT Solutions Hackathon, a two day event held on March 11 - 12, 2017 - the weekend prior to Embedded World Conference.

Something Old to be New Again?

By Clay B., Added February 3, 2017

In the past couple of years I've noticed a trend to "re-invent" technology or re-brand old ideas and concepts from previous computing generations. For example, IBM had virtual machines on their big mainframes and as part of their OS back in the '80s...

MeshCentral2 - Alpha 3

It’s been a while since the last update to Meshcentral2, but work is starting up again after a big focus on MeshCommander. While MeshCommander is the web based Intel® AMT console, Meshcentral2 is the entire solution for web based remote management...

Network Software Developers – Are you Part of the Future?

The Intel® Software Innovator program supports innovative, independent developers who display an ability to create and demonstrate forward-looking projects. Through their expertise and innovation with cutting-edge technology, innovators demonstrate...

Remote Attestation and HTTP Header

Added January 24, 2017

Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) remote attestation feature can be implemented by ISV service providers, which includes use of the Intel® Attestation Service API. An ISV service provider interacts with Intel® Attestation Service using...

Intel® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series change and delay

A high priority project combined with the holidays took me away from the Intel­® Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series briefly, but it is moving ahead again and I expect Part 8 to come out in the next two or three weeks. Alas, I'll be covering a...

Intel® Edison Module Explained

The Intel® Edison module is a very attractive single board computer for IoT projects.

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Why Should You Care About Machine Learning? When you add something to your cart in Amazon and see a list of other recommended products that you might also like—that's an example of machine learning. This article explains the various types of...

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Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for January

This month we visit with the winners of Intel® Edison Developer Challenge and the Intel® Ultimate Coder Challenge.

Learn How to Easily Develop Games Using Platino

Abhishek Nandy, founder of Geek Monkey Studios, is an Intel® Black Belt Software Developer, Microsoft MVP, and Intel® Software Innovator. He has a passion for technology and learning and has been focusing on sharing the benefits of the Platino game...

The Fab Five: Game Dev Zone Content | January

New content creation tools for 3-D artists and optimizations for CPU performance.

Intel® Software Innovators are Transforming the Developer Community in Indonesia

Aulia Faqih, Intel® Software Innovator and Intel® Black Belt Software Developer, is a lecturer at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta and creator of Dirakit.com. He is focused on growing the Indonesian Internet of Things (IoT) community using the Dirakit...

MeshCommander v0.4.2 released

As it’s been cold and snowing in Oregon for the past few days, a great time to catch up on code releases and fixes. As part of catching up, I released MeshCommander 0.4.3 with plenty of bug fixes and the addition of Intel® AMT Alarm Clock support...

The Best of Modern Code for January 2017

See the latest from the HPC Developer Conference and Super Computing

Missteps in Securing Autonomous Vehicles

Recently an autonomous car company highlighted some plans to keep their vehicles safe from hacking. Yet their plans won’t actually make them secure. Such gaffs highlight issues across many different industries where cybersecurity is not...

Spora Adds a Wretched New Feature to Ransomware

Spora, a new ransomware variant recently discovered, has emerged with advanced features which will cause problems for security solutions working to protect against this type of malware.  I was afraid of this. The motivation and resources are...

Metal Minds

Deep Learning, DNN Primitives, Theano* and more this month.

Recap: Game Developer Showcase at Austin Game Conference

On September 20, 2016, Day 0 of the Austin Game Conference we held the Developer Showcase at Brazos Hall to an audience of 220 game developers and industry professionals.  The developer showcase has become a staple of our Intel Buzz Workshops (link...

Simplify the Monitoring and Managing of IoT Solutions

The latest offering in the family of Microsoft* Azure IoT starter kits, the Grove IoT Commercial Gateway Kit is now available for purchase.

Neutron Quality of Service in OpenStack

Quality of Service (QoS) refers to the overall performance of a network and is used in telephony and computer networks to describe the customer’s experience with the network. The most straightforward way of guaranteeing a good quality of service to...

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...

Resetting the lowest n set bits

Already a couple of years ago, the Bit Manipulation Instruction Set 1 (BMI1) introduced the instruction BLSR, which resets the lowest bit that is set. (The corresponding intrinsic _blsr_u32/64 wraps this instruction with some nice C/C++ function...

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...

Cyber Risks Compound with Technology Adoption

Just how reliant are we on computing infrastructure?  Sometimes it takes just a little outage to get a taste of the interwoven dependency we don’t readily see. Lines of Travelers Source: pic.twitter.com/VGLUOUiaoP (with approval) It can be...

2017 R2 Release: What's New in Intel® Media Server Studio

We are pleased to announce the release of Intel® Media Server Studio 2017 R2! This release provides: AVC Encode Performance and Stability Enhancements Hardware-accelerated HEVC Encode Skip Frame to Ensure HRD Compliance AVC and MPEG-2 Visual...

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