On September 20, 2016, Day 0 of the Austin Game Conference we held the Developer Showcase at Brazos Hall to an audience of 220 game developers and industry professionals. The developer showcase has become a staple of our Intel Buzz Workshops (link) and we were excited to bring the showcase to Austin in collaboration with AGC show organizers.
ASU Desert Hacks welcomes students to participate in an exciting hackathon.
Learn about best usage for the Intel® Distribution for Python*, installing and setting up, intro to machine learning with examples.
Intel Evangelist Daniel Holmlund will talk about Intel® security solutions for Internet of Things.
Multi-level parallelism can help your code achieve its potential and accelerate your path to innovation.
Sponsored by Intel you will learn new programming skills, have fun, and work in teams to build sustainability solutions.
This meetup will present the background and architectural overview of the software switches and the problems they solve in the SDN/NFV space.
IoTNext 2016 is designed for IoT leaders, practitioners and ecosystem enablers. Intel is a sponsor and speaker.
Learn about the Deep Learning framework Neon*, how it compares with frameworks Caffe* and Theano*, deep learning use cases, and more.