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Intel® SGX for Dummies (Intel® SGX Design Objectives)

Today the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) programming reference manual was published (more information is available here). Given the significant time and effort that my colleagues and I have spent defining Intel® SGX, I can't find a...

Everything You Need to Know About Python* You Learned from Harry Potter

There’s a great little cartoon which shows Harry Potter wielding his wand against a large snake and hurling a spell. One friend says “I didn’t know Harry spoke Python*,” because of course the spell is a bit of Python code, and the other friend says...

Tips for College Kids: The Language You Should be Learning

What programming language will be the best one to have in your tool belt? College is the best time to tackle a language learning project. You could pick up a language at any time in your life but college is a great time to get smart in a language...

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I sold my dad his first computer.  It was 1977, the year that Radio Shack launched its groundbreaking personal computer, the TRS-80. This was by far the best summer job I had during high school, selling electronics at what was then the most popular...

Reducing the runtime of mpitune

The Intel® MPI Library includes a tool - mpitune - that can help to optimize the execution parameters of the Intel MPI Library itself. While the mpitune utility provides great help for the user in finding good parameters, it may also take a long...

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My Experiences at IDF 2015 as a Black Belt Developer: 3-D Printing

Another set of booths and activities that I found engaging were those that concerned 3-D printing. I do not own nor have I used a 3-D printer, though I did sit through a 90 min class at the HacKid Conference with my daughter a couple of years ago....

Webinar: Solving Complex Challenges with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit

Join Intel Evangelist Grace Metri in this online webinar to learn about the Intel® IoT Developer Kit including hardware, software tools, libraries and cloud. This session will cover how developers have solved complex technical challenges using...

The Hidden Costs of Cyber Attacks

The real costs of cyber attacks are difficult to understand. The impacts of cybersecurity are terribly challenging to measure, which creates significant problems for organizations seeking to optimize their risk posture. To properly prioritize...

Criminals are Excited for Cyber Monday – Tips to Avoid Them

Early shoppers are not the only ones excited about Cyber Monday. Online criminals are also eagerly awaiting the biggest online shopping day of the year! Cyber Monday sales are expected to rise 12% from last year, to reach a staggering $3 billion...

IoT for babies - and parents!

I am back from a generous 8-months parental leave, courtesy of Intel and the government of Germany. During this time, I was much less active in trying out technology than I thought I would. As most first time parents, I overestimated my future availability for much else. I did some testing, but...

The Best of Both Worlds: Bringing Back the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications

Note: Please see the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications homepage for more information about our new SDK. Earlier this year, Intel made the decision to integrate OpenCL™ support into two software development suites: Intel® Integrated Native...

Million Dollar Bounty Claimed for an iPhone* Vulnerability

It is a million dollar payday for iPhone* vulnerability researchers who found an iPhone 0-Day hack. Recently, Zerodium recently announced the sizeable payout to a team of hackers who successfully developed a technique which can target the Apple...

2016 Cybersecurity Predictions – Integrity Attacks

Cybersecurity changes rapidly. Those with valuable insights can better prepare for the shifting risks and opportunities. An Intel team, led by the McAfee Labs group, has released a whitepaper covering both the 2016 cybersecurity predictions as well...

Cybersecurity Must Learn to Collaborate Like the Threats

Cyber threats have evolved over time to communicate, cooperate, and in some cases directly collaborate among themselves, giving them a distinct advantage over their security counterparts. Hackers possess a culture which is comparatively open,...

Mesh Commander - Now built into MicroLMS

We are always looking for ways to make Intel® AMT easier to use and today, we are making available a new and interesting option that should help. In the past few months, we have been working on Mesh Commander, a new web based Intel® AMT console...

Quickly get supported PMU events in system when using VTune Amplifier XE 2016 Update 1

We know that user can check document of VTune(TM) Amplifier XE to know supported events for any specific Intel(R) processor. Another way, on GUI if user modifies any existing event-based analysis to add/remove event(s), the combo-list box displays...

Inspiring Women to Join the Maker Community Through Hackathon Participation

On October 14th, I had the great honor of leading my first workshop at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC 2015) titled “Inspiring Women to Join the Maker Community Through Hackathon Participation”, a topic that I am very passionate about.

Top 10 Benefits of Hackathon Participation

Did you ever wonder why you should “invest” 24, 48, or 72 hours of your time at a hackathon? If hackathon participation is not on your to-do list, here is a list of the top 10 benefits of hackathon participation, which I am sure, will put hackathons on your radar.

Go + Julia + Fourier = Open Source Frequon Invaders

I've open-sourced a re-implementation of my video game Frequon Invaders. The new implementation uses Go, Julia, and SDL2. This blog is about my experience using Go (and some Julia) for this project. Frequon Invaders is a small program, on the order of 3,000 lines, so my remarks are in the context...

Mesh Commander - Improvements & Interceptor

Last week, we released the latest version of Manageability Commander Web Edition with many new improvements. Intel AMT is taking steps to fully support the web and this starts with a entirely web based Intel AMT console. The latest version of Manageability Commander is entirely built in Javascript...

My 7 Year Old Daughter Refers to Me as "Mom the Scientist" and I Absolutely Love It

Toward the end of last year, I applied for a position as an Internet of Things (IoT) Community Evangelist at Intel Corporation. During the interview process, I was given an Intel® Galileo board along with its starter kit, and was asked to create a demo over the weekend. I’m always excited to play...

Celebrating 30th Anniversary of the First C++ Compiler: Let's Find Bugs in It

Cfront is a C++ compiler which came into existence in 1983 and was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup. At that time it was known as "C with Classes". Cfront had a complete parser, symbol tables, and built a tree for each class, function, etc. Cfront was based on CPre. Cfront defined the language until...

NEW 15.40.10.4300: Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Production Driver for Windows* 7, 8.1, 10

This driver adds support for the newly launched 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family with Intel® HD Graphics 500 series. This driver also adds some new features and critical bug fixes for all supported products.

Relating a Problem Definition to IoT Architecture

Last updated: November 3, 2015By Joe W.

Lets face it, the largest function within IoT is problem resolution. IoT solutions are perfect to implement in hundreds of ways within any industry. However, many developers that envision awesome IoT based solutions run into issues since they failed to properly define the scope of the problem they...

Multi-OS Engine Technology Preview is Available for Public Download Now!

We are pleased to announce the Multi-OS Engine Technology Preview release with advanced features and available for public download. This is essentially Update 2 release with more capabilities added on top of Update 1. The new Beta distribution mechanism requires our early access users to re-...

My Experiences at IDF 2015 as a Black Belt Developer: Intel® Realsense™ Booths

This year, I saw both the current marketed Intel® RealSense™ product and the just released short and long range cameras. I’m told it uses coded light technology (pretty neat in itself) that couples a passive visible light camera with an active IR camera/sensor. The visible light camera takes a...

Wind River* Rocket* - Free RTOS for IoT devices and MCUs

Wind River* Rocket* is a free, cloud-connected, real-time operating system (RTOS) designed for microcontrollers (MCUs) and other small, connected IoT devices from the industry's leading embedded systems software experts. Offering multi-architecture support for Intel® and ARM architectures, Rocket...

Choosing Cloud Services for Your IoT Project

As IoT develops, SaaS will play an increasing role. Currently things like email, remote or virtual desktops, and CRM type tools occupy this category. Think Salesforce* or Google* apps and you have the right idea for SaaS. If you are looking for special functionality outside of your physical...

High Performance PHP 7

On October 21, 2015, I was invited to give a technical talk at ZendCon, the largest gathering of the PHP community. A lot of excitement this year surrounds the release of PHP 7 which represents a massive performance improvement over previous versions. Here are a few notes from my talk. The promise...

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