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Introducing the new Intel Student Partners - Kenya!

We’re very pleased to announce this year’s cohort of Intel Student Partners! This is an extremely talented group of university students picked from 5 universities across Kenya, who will be running Intel activities on their campuses over the course...

PennApps: 900 Students, 6 Buildings, 3 Floors, 1 Great Hackathon

With its roots in a 2009 event, PennApps is one of the best established Major League Hackathons.  Combining with the hardware-focused “PennHacks” brought a wide spectrum of hardware and software innovations.  The weather around Philadelphia at...

Intel® XDK Update for February 2014

With this release, we’re starting to convert our runtime containers to use Cordova* 3.x. The Cordova folks have really done a nice job extending the architecture to more easily allow plugins of different types and we look forward to taking advantage of that. We are releasing our first cut (a...

Developer apps to look forward to at MWC – Part 2

Yesterday, we got our first look at developers who will be showcased at Mobile World Congress, happening next week, February 24-27. Thousands of technologically minded people from all around the world will be congregating in Barcelona, Spain for...

Power Auto Analysis

By Rukhsana Yeasmin A single application can drain a device’s battery and negatively impact consumers’ perception of a platform. Unlike performance, there is no natural market-driven motivation to make one’s application power-efficient. There may be...

Detecting Disk I/O-bound Applications in Server Systems

In my previous blog, “Detecting CPU-bound Applications in Server Systems”, I discussed how to detect a CPU-bound application. I continue the performance analysis and debugging discussion here in my second blog called “Detecting Disk I/O Bound...

Intel® Developer Zone at Mobile World Congress 2014: Don’t miss it!

The mobile ecosystem is growing at a fantastic rate, and smart developers know that staying on top of the trends driving this growth is extremely important. Come visit us at MWC 2014 February 24-27 in Barcelona, where you’ll have the unique...

Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor Power Management Turbo Part 3: How can I design my program to make use of turbo?

Previous blogs on power management and a host of other power management resources can be found in, “List of Useful Power and Power Management Articles, Blogs and References” at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/list-of-useful-power-and-power-...

Who Do You Think Is Making Strides in HTML5 App Development?

February 20, 2014

We got some great feedback on the last crowdsourcing article we shared on the HTML5 Hub, “Is HTML5 The Future of App Development?”. We decided to host another similar article but, we posed a different question: Who do you think is making strides...

Developer Demos to Look Forward To At Mobile World Congress: Part 1

Next week, February 24-27, thousands of technologically minded people from all around the world will be congregating in Barcelona, Spain for Mobile World Congress. This year the Intel Developer Zone is pleased to be showcasing our community of...

Why has CPU frequency ceased to grow?

All of you probably recall the rapid rate of CPU frequency advancement at the end of the last century and beginning of this one.  Tens of megahertz rapidly transformed into hundreds, and then hundreds of megahertz quickly became a full gigahertz,...

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...

Three "Non-Wearable" Internet of Things That Need Making

Brian Krzanich said it at CES; Intel is working to making everything smarter. And to that end, Edison was announced as a new SOC PC, the size of an SD card.  On stage we saw a number of wearable demos that created buzz and excitement.  There's no...

Detecting CPU-bound Applications in Server Systems

Applications in data centers process huge workloads every day. Many of them are CPU intensive, disk I/O intensive, network I/O intensive or a combination thereof. Maintaining a data center is challenging because the amount of work being run, and...

Meshcentral.com - Run your own server with Mesh Server Installer

It’s been a long time coming but today is finally the day we released the first simple Mesh Server Installer allowing anyone to launch their own version of Meshcentral.com. The new installer is available on the Meshcentral information page along...

Interview with Developer Adarsh Uppula

Developer Adarsh Uppula graciously gave us a few minutes of his time this week to talk about his development background, his current app projects, and his thoughts on the software development landscape. He recently won first place win for Best New...

Why did I fail on using user-mode sampling collector to profile MySQL server?

Problem: When you use VTune(TM) Amplifier XE’s user-mode sampling collector, e.g. Hotspots Collector to profile running MySQL server (attach-mode), you will meet unexpected result. See following example: # ps -ae | grep mysql 47368 pts/000:00:00...

Flappy Bird: What Happened?

One of the most intriguing stories to come across the news feeds recently is that of Dong Nguyen, the developer behind the runaway hit Flappy Bird. This immensely popular game, which was the number one downloaded free app in both the Apple App Store...

AngularJS* Tutorial

By Tyler Smith If you haven’t heard of Angular before, you’re in for a treat. AngularJS* is a structural framework for creating dynamic web content. It allows you to simply bind data together without the need for dependency injection and in a lot...

Excellent Power Management Reference

Dear passionate power management reader, Doing an internet scan for material having to do with power management policy, my next blog series, I ran across a blog that I believe to be excellent. As many of you have discovered, I generally write at a...

Intel® System Studio 2014 will add support for newest Intel platforms and Windows* host

Intel has been diligently developing and further expanding its development tools offerings for the IoT space over the last year. Intel® System Studio 2014 will be launched soon. This is the successor development tool suite of  Intel® System Studio...

Mixed results - some points to ponder | Making the “Big Change” – Again, E5

I like the phone and no complaints on the service model so far - since I think I understand the usage model. However, time to share some of the challenges:   The points to make today: + I've been able to use the phone throughout my not small...

Intel Developer Zone at AppsWorld 2014

Thousands of software developers engaged with Intel Software at AppsWorld 2014 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center February 5 and 6 to learn how the Intel® Developer Zone is the destination for developers for all things mobile software. The Intel...

Interview with Developer Stan Bogdanov

Busy developer Stan Bogdanov graciously gave us a few minutes of his time this week to talk about his development background, his current app projects, and his thoughts on the software development landscape, and other interesting tidbits (like how...

Andy Android

Introducing the New, Redesigned Android Zone

We are proud to announce that the Android Zone here on the Intel Developer Zone has been completely redesigned, with a focused, simple approach and a fully responsive design, so it looks great on every device. Check it out, and tell everyone you...

hackTECH: Intel's First Major League Hackathon

hackTECH: Intel’s First Major League Hackathon Hailed as the largest ever hackathon on the west coast, hackTECH ran from Friday January 24th at 9:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Sunday.  Approximately 1500 students (registered, more like 1200 in actual...

MHacks: 1,200 Students Rev Up the Motor City for the Midwest's Largest Hackathon

The best hackathons are those that embody the true spirit of a hackathon -- learning new things, meeting new people, having fun, and if you're really lucky, building something cool. Earlier this month I took part in an event that had all of those...

Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor Power Management Configuration: Using the micsmc command-line Interface

Previous blogs on power management and a host of other power management resources can be found in, “List of Useful Power and Power Management Articles, Blogs and References” at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/list-of-useful-power-and-power-...

Flight with the Navigator | Making “The Big Change” – Again, E4

  The idea of a smartphone that doesn't require a data plan is neither mine alone nor a new concept to me. I found Scratch* Wireless because I was looking for the service. So during the quest dear daughter number one mentioned a must-have on her...

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