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Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks Apr. 2017

Every month I pick out 5 projects from Intel® Developer Mesh that I find interesting and share them with you. With dozens of new projects being added each month there are always tons of great new ideas to check out – everything from ideas on how to...

How Simulation Started a Billion-Dollar Company

For this blog post, we will go back in time to the early 1990s. At that time, “PC graphics” was almost an oxymoron. If you wanted to do real graphics, you bought a “real machine”, most likely a Silicon Graphics* MIPS*- based workstation. At the PC...

Intel® Developers April 2017: Innovator Events, International Women’s Day, and a Contest!

Intel® Developers and Influencers 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...

Intel and Facebook* Collaborate to Boost Caffe2 Performance on Intel CPU’s

                            By Andres Rodriguez and Niveditha Sundaram Every day, the world generates more and more information — text, pictures, videos and more. In recent years, artificial intelligence and deep learning have improved several...

International Women's Day 2017 - A Recap of Events

We celebrated International Women’s Day for the entire month of March. Intel® Software Developer Black Belts and Intel® Software Innovators held 14 events around the world with over 2,300 participants for our 2017 celebration. These women-oriented...

The Fab Five: Game Developer Content | April

This month we bring you fun and games direct from GDC 2017. See the latest Intel game development happenings straight from the source.

The Best of Modern Code | April

This month we explore 3-D vision for brain tumors, models for sea ice, and good syntax.

Top Trending IoT April

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

Speak at Iot Dev Fest! Find out more about display technology and download code samples in Python this month.

Intel Rocks New Games at GDC

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | April

April showers bring you Python code samples, a recap of GDC, machine learning in retail and an update to Intel® Threading Building Blocks. Read on!

Intel Remains Committed To Security

It is with great excitement that I join Doug Fisher in extending my congratulations to McAfee partners and wish them the very best as they become one of the largest independent cybersecurity companies in the industry.  Our continued work with...

MeshCentral2 - Alpha 4

Coming back from spring break in Oregon, I have been at work on the release of MeshCentral 2 Alpha 4. This is a big release, not only because there are many new features, some never before seen in MeshCentral, but especially because of how...

The Unfairness of Good Syntax

The unfairness of good syntax - bad syntax is a problem; good syntax is not a solution. The second law of thermodynamics states that as energy is transferred or transformed, more and more of it is wasted. The second law also states that there is a...

New Intel®Media SDK Open Source available

Intel® Media SDK is now open source! Developers: Innovate and contribute your enhancements for fast, efficient video/image processing Today Intel delivered the first open source release of the Intel® Media SDK for Linux*, a product for software...

Rainbows, Unicorns and Performance Portability

An old Jewish fable tells about a poor man asking for advice from the rabbi. The family is large, the house is small, and it feels very crowded. The rabbi tells his follower to bring a goat into the house, and to come see him again after a month....

17 How-To Intel® IoT Technology Code Samples Now Available in Python*

These applications are part of a series of how-to code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Intel® IoT Gateway, Intel® Edison board, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies, and are designed for anyone interested in learning...

From perimeters to micro-segmentation

As computing granularity increases, so does the need for enhanced security. We used to build walls to protect ourselves. We built physical walls around physical servers, then virtual walls around virtual servers. However, as we move away from the...

Doctor Fortran in "It Takes All KINDs"

Recently there was an extended thread in the comp.lang.fortran newsgroup about Fortran KIND values, started by someone learning Fortran who had a basic misunderstanding of how they worked. Most of the advice in the thread was good, but there were some folk who, while very knowledgeable and whose...

Networking & Collaboration Among Intel® Software Innovators

The Intel® Software Developer Black Belt and Intel® Software Innovator communities are just that – communities. While the developers have their own skills, specialties, and interests there are a lot of commonalities among them as well. And when you...

Using the Neon™ Framework for Data Science Bowl 2017

Have you heard about the Data Science Bowl? It’s a 90 day competition on Kaggle to make great things happen. Data Science Bowl 2017 is about improving lung cancer detection and working towards the Cancer Moonshot. The end of the contest is nearing,...

Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks Mar. 2017

In this monthly feature I showcase 5 projects that I find interesting, since we are celebrating International Women’s Day this month, I wanted to continue that theme by highlighting interesting projects that female innovators have shared with us on...

Intel® Software Innovators: Developmental Disability Month Projects & Events

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month which seeks to raise awareness about the inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all facets of community life, as well as awareness of the barriers that people with disabilities face...

March IoT Top Trending

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

Build a comprehensive environmental monitoring system, learn about the Google Cloud Platform* and download code samples in Python* this month.

GDC Perspective - The Good, the Bad, and the Anxious

Last updated: March 15, 2017By Mo

Indie game developer Mo Cohen (Queer Quest) reflects on their experience attending GDC 2017, and finding a space in the game dev culture.

Performance and Agility with Big Data in a Containerized Environment

There is great business value in the insights that can be gained from analyzing large data sets with Apache* Hadoop*, Apache* Spark*, and other Big Data frameworks. But since the volume of data is large, in some cases the jobs may require hours to...

How to Build Products Using Open Platform Firmware

  Platforms like MinnowBoard are a great starting point for IoT edge hardware... as long as you lock down a few things in the firmware. Since these platforms are primarily made for debugging and hacking, they ship with unsigned binary firmware...

From Firmware to Fog: Building Smart Sensors for Logistics

When you get deep into solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the line between firmware and application gets blurry ... or, in this case, foggy. Most of my development experience has been in one particular form of firmware,...

Continuous Delivery, Embedded Systems, and Simulation

Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) are two related and important concepts in modern software engineering and software product development.  Doing integration is a prerequisite to doing delivery and deployment, and getting a...

Offering a glimpse of the future: 360 VR broadcasting and its uses

At the 2017 International Consumer Electronic Show (CES) press conference, we showcased a glimpse of Virtual Reality (VR) game changing experiences to customers and industries from the developing VR-ecosystem. 360° 4k streaming is getting more and...

The Best of Modern Code | March

Superior kdb+* performance, GROMACS*, Gram-Schmidt, and Cython* lead our stories this month.

Top Ten March

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | March

Game on! Time to get your Intel® Level Up game entry in. And this month we ask the question: Can we teach machines to have emotions? Read more in this month's Top Ten.

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