Well, it is finally here. My last rotation!!! Whoa, where does the time go? In just a few short months, four to be exact, I will graduate from the HR Pathway’s Program and move on to my permanent placement. I … Read more >
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Note from the blog editor: A colleague, Linda, sent me this article because she was so excited about the interesting and challenging projects at Intel, especially in software. Her hope? The more you know about what softare at Intel is … Read more >
The post Inside Intel: New Intel Apps Ease Multi-gadget Connections appeared first on Jobs@Intel Blog.
Along with the Intel Veteran’s Employment Training (Intel® VET) program, Intel launched an eMentor program, which matches veterans who attend the workshop with a veteran who works at Intel and who understands how to transition from civilian to military life. … Read more >
After sixth grade, I was accepted to a week-long summer camp called “CEW” (short for: Careers in Engineering for Women) at the University of Texas at Austin. CEW was the first time I spent more than one night away from … Read more >
Notre programme a décidé de dédier un concours aux étudiants de la prestigieuse ISART Digital afin de les motiver à créer des jeux en HTML5. Plus d’une centaine d’étudiants des premières et troisièmes années se r… Read more
Let’s face it, APIs are hot. They engender community by enabling third-party developers, they allow Enterprises to expose existing content and services in new ways, and they provide a way to deliver brand new products and services. If you haven’t … Read more >
Dave Kearns of KuppingerCole recently published a blog, “Identity – Of, By, In and For the Cloud” that highlights nine different permutations of how identity services, the cloud, and apps can be combined. “Apps can reside either in the datacenter … Continue reading →
The post KuppingerCole: Identity – Of, By, In and For the Cloud appeared first on Cloud Access Security@Intel.
Datacenter managers have, for years, enjoyed a number of benefits of using Intel Xeon processors in their systems, including better load balancing through virtualization which leads to the ability to very effectively scale up and down a solution so just … Read more >
The post Geek Week: Intel Helps Make Infrastructure Equipment More Flexible appeared first on Embedded@Intel.
Smart phones may be all the rage, but when they are limited by the network, no one is happy. Technologies like 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, and the like may sound great in principle, but sometimes the limitation is not between … Read more >
The post Geek Week: Smarter Small Cells Makes for Better Experiences appeared first on Embedded@Intel.
Electric cars are nothing new. In fact, just of 100 years ago, they were considered a very reasonable alternative to gasoline powered cars from that era. Then, due to advancements in the internal combustion engine at the time, and other … Read more >
The post Geek Week: Intel and Ericsson Team Up to Make a Brighter Electric Car appeared first on Embedded@Intel.
El jueves 22 de marzo tuvimos el placer de compartir una introducción a HTML5 con un grupo de doscientos desarrolladores locales. La meta fundamental fue conocernos, ponernos en contacto y dar el puntapié inicial con una charla introductoria para for… Read more
Everyone knows that Android is wildly popular in the mobile phone market. In the course of just a few short years, it went from literally zero (it didn’t exist on the market before October, 2008) to being king of the … Read more >
The post Geek Week: Wind River Improves on Android for Automotive appeared first on Embedded@Intel.
The unprecedented explosion of modern technologies combined with a burgeoning mobile space has forced enterprises to rethink previously held beliefs about the static enterprise perimeter. Remember the olden days when you said your enterprise was completely self-contained in one data … Read more >
The post Andy Thurai on, “the API – You can’t Live Without It” appeared first on Application Security.
Note from the editor: One of my favorite reasons to use social networks is the accessibility you get—it’s truly conversation tool where you can share your likes, dislikes, questions and comments. We recently got an email from a reader that … Read more >
The promise of Intelligent Systems is that things all around us will get smarter & make our lives easier. Great! But, as things get smarter, and more connected, the simply MUST also get more secure. Or else, the result is like a jet-powered skateboard – it is only Fun or Funny in the cartoons. In real life, it is dangerous! Read more >
I was pleased to present on HTML5 and build an HTML5 demo at Mobile World Congress, as part of the AppUp program. In this post, I share with you what I covered.
Talk: What Every HTML5 Developer Needs to Know In 2012read more Read more