In 2013, the Intel® Software Academic Program, working together with the Intel Software Development Tools Team, brought Intel Software Conference to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The conference received 238 attendees in total, delivering hands on lab trainings and theoretical lectures. The infrastructure of the Manycore Lab implemented in 2013 was used to deliver this experience on a live Intel Xeon-Phi system. 2014 should be even bigger and better, including a Parallel Software Marathon. The pictures below highlight the exciting work that took place over the 5 days of conference.
So my first blog gave a little bit of information about me and my experience with web development and how I got started with intel. The first experience I had was with the Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience when they went to Arizona. The unique experience was after the event, when I was invited to be a student mentor with some students from Contra Costa Community College. So far it has been a very interesting and very rewarding experience.
O Intel Software Conference - Parallel Computing é um evento gratuito destinado a:
- Líderes do mercado de tecnologia
- Desenvolvedores de software paralelo.
O evento acontece nos dias 6 e 7 de Agosto (São Paulo) e 12 e 13 de Agosto (Rio de Janeiro) e contará com a presença de palestrantes internacionais (Intel EUA e Intel Alemanha).
George Henrique Silva (@GHSilva) e Luciano Palma (@LucianoPalma) apresentaram a palestra "Afinal, o que é um Community Manager?" na trilha de Marketing Digital do TDC 2013, coordenada por Luciana Maryllac e Deivid Marques.
Eles apresentaram o objetivo, as técnicas e ferramentas, os desafios e o dia-a-dia de um Community Manager, de forma informal e descontraída.
Confira os slides desta apresentação!
Applies to: Platforms based on 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family, 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processor family, Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family
Authors: Jackson Marusarz, Shannon Cepeda, Ahmad Yasin
Download this guide to learn how to identify performance issues on software running on the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 family
(based on Intel® Microarchitecture Codename Sandy Bridge-EP/EX/EN). The guide explains how to use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE's General Exploration profile for Xeon processor E5 servers. It explains how to identify the most common software performance issues and gives suggestions for how to address each.
In all my years in college I have used a laptop PC. Recently, I’ve been tempted to get a MacBook Air Pro because of its light-weight and stylish look. But, since starting at Intel, I’ve been able to explore and play with an Ultrabook and it has changed my mind completely. The reason is simple: Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks are just amazing! Ultrabooks will be even more amazing when you add the touch screen capability of Window 8 later this year.
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