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Mob2b participa do 17º Encontro Locaweb de Profissionais de Internet ao lado da Intel

Sorocaba, 23 de junho de 2015 - Na última quinta-feira (18.06), o Mob2b, subdivisão da Smyowl focada em aplicativos e soluções corporativas, marcou presença no 17º Encontro Locaweb de Profissionais de Internet, realizado na Fecomercio, em São Paulo. A convite da Intel, Thais Barros Beldi, CEO do Mob2b e a equipe de marketing e vendas da empresa apresentaram a solução corporativa Mob2b aos participantes do evento, ampliaram contatos comerciais e iniciaram conversas por novas parcerias com empresas e desenvolvedores de tecnologia de todo o país.

Intel Software Day 2015 - Salvador (Conteúdo)

The Intel Software Brazil held on 12 and 13 June 2015 the Intel Software Day 2015. This year the event moved from air and was held in Salvador, being welcomed by Senai - Cimatec . and its excellent infrastructure
During the event were held five trails of lectures focusing on Android, RealSense / Windows, IoT, HPC and startups with high-level professionals, and presentations of demos and networking among participants.

Intel® RealSense™ made easy with SharpSenses

Many developers worldwide are taking advantage of the Intel® RealSense™  technologies to create really amazing applications with a whole new dimension for user interaction.

Intel® provides an SDK that exposes all the features of the R200 and F200 cameras. The SDK is very powerful but it requires some time to find your way into it. To help people to get up and running with just a few lines of code I started SharpSenses.

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  • Rapid Makers

    For some while I keep finding around me things related to Makers, Quadcopters, and algorithms. At first I thought that it is just by chance... That IoT is nice, and Makers are having fun, and algorithms are just another way of saying parallel programming and so on... Apparently there is something very unique that connects all these seemingly unrelated areas. You know, it takes a while to realize it, but: if everyone at work speaks Martian, and your barman speaks Martian, and you go back home and your wife speaks Martian, then you probably live on Mars!

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