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  UPM Python Documentation
Python API documentation on UPM (or Libupm) is a high-level sensor library for Intel IoT devices using MRAA.

  MRAA Python Documentation
Python API documentation on MRAA (or Libmraa) is a low-level library for Intel IoT with bindings to Python to interface with IO on Intel® Galileo boards, Intel® Edison boards, and other platforms.


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DEVFEST: SEVEN SMART REASONS TO REGISTER IoT Skill-Building, Mentoring and More For Developers – Attend Intel Global IoT DevFest II  Nov. 7-8 The return of Intel’s premier online forum for IoT developers worldwide is only weeks away  – which means it’s time to reserve your place at this virtual conference now.
Achieving High-Performance Computing with The Intel® Distribution for Python*

Python* has become instrumental tool for those looking for a high productivity language for a variety of programming tasks including advanced numerical work. Learn how Intel brings high performance, easy accessibility, and integrated workflow to Python* in numerical, scientific, and machine...

Modernizing Software with Future-Proof Code Optimizations by Henry A. Gabb, Sr. Principal Engineer, Intel Software and Services Group
Global IoT DevFest Returns – Bigger & Better Submit Papers & Register for Online Talks by ~100 Industry Experts Over 32 Hours of Developer Training and Mentoring  
The Inside Scoop on How We Accelerated NumPy Umath Functions NumPy UMath Optimizations One of the great benefits found in our Intel® Distribution for Python is the performance boost gained from leveraging SIMD and multithreading in (select) NumPy’s UMath arithmetic and transcendental operations, on a range of Intel CPUs, from Intel® Core™ to Intel® Xeon™...
Call for submissions: Intel HPC Developer Conference Please consider giving a talk, tutorial or presenting a poster at this year's Intel HPC Developer Conference (November 11-12, 2017 - just before SC17 in Denver). Submissions will be reviewed and responded to in a rolling fashion - so submit soon! (Best to submit by July 20, but okay until August...