If you're going to CES, Intel invites you to a special software developer track

Attend the Intel Software Developer Track to learn how Intel Software is powering tomorrow's applications.

Learn about the breadth of software tools from the world's 5th largest software company, Intel. Our products range from high performance and enterprise computing, to mobile app developers, and everything in between. This track will focus on mobile developers (highlighting Android), media and game development, and natural user interfaces/perceptual computing. Meet the experts, experience hands-on demos, and be rewarded - we are giving away a dozen phones and tablets. We will also be providing lunch. We look forward to being inspired by your aspirations.

I would be happy to answer any questions - Mike Markham, Intel. [masked]

Track details:

Software Developer Tools – from mobile to enterprise In this overview session, learn about Intel’s SW tools to help developers create high performance, innovative, and inspiring applications. Whether you focus on app development for Android or highly distributed supercomputing applications for weather prediction, or anything in between, Intel can help you be more productive and achieve your goals.
 
Android* on Intel® Architecture: Developing to Unleash the Power of x86 Android Devices Learn how Intel tools can make development for Android* applications faster and easier. Developers have an opportunity to create and deliver applications that run on many popular Android smartphones and tablets and are optimized for Intel-based Android devices. Attend this class to learn how to use Intel and 3rd party tools to bring high-performance applications to market with minimal hassle. Set up a comprehensive development framework using Beacon Mountain beta, learn how to increase the performance of emulation using the Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager and more.
 
Create natural user interfaces with the next-generation Intel Perceptual Computing SDK In 2013, Intel brought mainstream natural user interface to market. 2014 will bring integrated depth cameras, promising an even greater opportunity. Attend this class to learn about the next-generation Perceptual Computing SDK and how you can use it to create applications that incorporate gesture, speech-recognition, face/head tracking, and more. 
 
Develop visually compelling media applications for today and tomorrow’s devices Learn how to utilize the free Intel Media SDK for Clients to quickly create visually compelling apps and applications by adding high-quality, fully accelerated H.264, H.265, MPEG-2, 4k video uploading, transcoding, playback, bitrate control, teleconferencing, screen sharing and social gaming without impacting overall performance or power.

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  • Dan

    XNA is dead?!? "D'OH!" - Homer Simpson.

    I didn't pay attention on the CES event date. Could I still attend?

    January 5, 2014

    • Adam E.

      I would imagine it is still open. Send an email to [masked] to be sure.

      January 5, 2014

    • Mike M.

      Yes. The room holds 150 people and it is open to first 150 to show up. Hope to see you there.

      January 6, 2014

  • Dave

    Sounds very cool. I havent attempted to develop a mobile app/game yet but I messed around with Microsoft XNA dev tool (which is now dead and replaced with ID@Xbox) so I wonder if code developed for android platform would be anything like Xbox?

    January 4, 2014

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