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Open Source Software is Leading Us Into a Technical Utopia
Por Charles F. (Intel) Publicado en 16/09/16 0
It’s unlike anything else in any industry. Open source software can turn individual developers into influencers overnight. Free enterprises from decades-long licensing dependencies. Turn startups into publicly traded companies in no time. But it’s not new. The practice of openly sharing code...
Phoenix Mobile and IoT Festival 2016
Por Whitney F. (Intel) Publicado en 15/09/16 1
Come join your fellow developers, enthusiasts, and makers for a fun-filled day of technology-focused talks at the Phoenix Mobile and IoT Festival. It is a free, all-day networking event to be held on Saturday, September 24th, at Grand Canyon University campus. A number of different technical sess...
Deprecating the PCOMMIT Instruction
Por Andy R. (Intel) Publicado en 12/09/16 0
The PCOMMIT instruction has been deprecated.
The Best of Modern Code | September
Por Vicky C. (Intel) Publicado en 12/09/16 2
Boost Performance and Energy Efficiency on HPC Workloads with Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processors Discover how optimizing code on the latest Intel® Xeon® processors E5 v4 and Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors can help transform many core processing power into faster time to insight. Tencent* Optimizes an...
Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – Social Platforms are Next (Part 2)
Por Matthew R. (Intel) Publicado en 12/09/16 1
Continuation from part 1: Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation Cyber criminals are always looking for victims and ways to exploit them. Stealing what is valuable is the goal. Cryptocurrencies hold tremendous wealth, but are largely anonymous. This limi...
Event Recap: PAX West 2016
Por Mitchell L. (Intel) Publicado en 09/09/16 0
The Intel Booth at PAX West featured streamers, pro gamers, VR, indie games, and even a DJ and cooking!  Going to PAX and announcing the winners of our Intel® Level Up Game Dev Contest is among my top three things I get to do each year. That has been the central focus of my participation in PAX ...
Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) Tutorial Series: Looking ahead
Por John M. (Intel) Publicado en 09/09/16 0
Part 4 of the Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) Tutorial Series will be coming out in the next few days. In it, we'll be starting our enclave implementation, focusing on the bridge/proxy functions for the enclave itself as well as the middleware layer needed for the C++ code to interact...
Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation (part 1)
Por Matthew R. (Intel) Publicado en 09/09/16 0
All cryptocurrencies are a target for cybercriminals. Anywhere there is value, criminals, fraudsters, and charlatans will soon follow. It is the Willie Sutton principle. Willie, a famous bank robber in the 20’s-30’s, was asked why he robbed banks. He was quoted as saying “that’s where the money i...
The power of simulation and why developers should consider it mandatory—A conversation with IoT expert Sangeeta Ghangam
Por Jakob E. (Intel) Publicado en 09/09/16 0
Getting your system and software architecture right is very important to the success of a product. It is particularly important when the system you are building has a long expected life time. Internet-of-Things (IoT) edge analytics is such a system, where once you deploy your smart analyzing ga...
Intel Distribution for Python
Por Robert C. (Intel) Publicado en 08/09/16 1
I am pleased to announce the first product release of Intel® Distribution for Python* powered by Anaconda*. Why is Intel making a python distribution? We want python users to get the productivity they are accustomed to without having to compromise on performance. Our customers told us that it was...