Keep Your Software in Front of the Hardware: Intel Developer Forum 2013

I am excited to share some of the exciting opportunities that will be available to software developers at this year’s Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. If you thought Intel Developer Forum (IDF) was strictly about chips and hardware, IT IS NOT! With 40 billion connected devices expected by 2020, the integration of software and hardware has never been more important. No matter what part of the technical world you occupy, IDF 2013 provides technical information for advancing your technology initiatives and the opportunity to make valuable career connections.  If you’re interested in attending IDF, take advantage of these early bird specials:  Developers:  save $500** on the 3-day conference (use code CMKIDZS) and First-time attendees: access a free full day pass (code CDYIDZS, availability limited, Day 2 recommended)**

Come to San Francisco Sept. 10-12, to preview the future of mobile, software, and cross-platform technologies. Here are just a few events:

Doug Fisher, vice president and general manager of Intel Software and Services Group, gives his perspective on the future of software.

More than 45 software technical sessions, hands-on labs, and poster chats cover multiple OS developments, open innovations, big data, services, security, and more.

Special session tracks are planned on Security and UEFI.

Tech Insight session: HTML5–the Most Viable Path to Seamless Computing will be led by Moh Haghighat, senior principal engineer.

Sneak Peak into Intel Research looks five to 15 years into the future—featuring Peter Biddle, Genevieve Bell, Brian David Johnson, and more.

And more activities for software experts to come... engage with hackathons and meet industry hackathon guru Tom Murphy.

**Regular early bird price is $1,495. See IDF registration site for more details. Free full day pass codes includes admission to the keynote, tech sessions/labs, and the Tech Showcase, and are available only to first time attendees and subscribers of Intel® Software sponsored communities and publications. Employees of Intel and its subsidiaries, and Intel vendors are not eligible for these registration special offers.

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