The Intel® Software channel is aimed at helping developers by providing them with examples, tutorials, tips, tricks, and how tos as well as connecting developers to influencers, innovators, and to
Ryan Ware talks about working as part of the Open Source community and his role in the OTC (Open Source Technology Center) at Intel.
For those developers who have found themselves back in front of their work computers wondering what was happening on the DPDK team while you were Christmas shopping with the family, ushering in the
Intel® Open Source Technology Awards presented as part of the 2014 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the largest international pre-college competition.
A simple explanation of how open source projects manage change as well as the structure, roles, and terminology of open source software.
Intel® Black Belt Software Developer Dave Stewart talks a little bit about his involvement with the Yocto Project and about how he became a Black Belt Developer.
One of the strengths of the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor is the ability to build existing software to run on the Intel® Many Integrated Core (Intel® MIC) architecture with a minimum of change (in m
The Rig project enables more dynamic user interface (UI) visuals with flexible, real-time interactivity using the GPU.
The Wayland Project can streamline graphics rendering and UI development in emerging areas such as in-vehicle infotainment, digital signage, and set-top boxes.
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