Developers: The Next Generation
We are making an investment in the next generation of developers. Amazing individuals with diverse interests are our future. From SnapChat* to CERN,* to SONAR,* young developers are already changing the world.
Creating an environment where innovation and creation are first and foremost is key to nurturing these great minds. This is why I am asking you to join me at the Intel® HPC Developer Conference happening November 11-12 in Denver, Colorado. We are excited to be able to provide information, training, networking, resources, and support for the next generation of developers.
Multiple Sessions for Learning
We are offering a wide variety of sessions and talks geared towards Parallel Programming, High Productivity Languages, Artificial Intelligence, Systems, Enterprise, Visualization Development, and more at the conference. As part of our ongoing support of the world-wide student developer community and advancement of science, Intel has partnered with CERN through CERN openlab to sponsor the Intel® Modern Code Developer Challenge. Intel's partnership with CERN openlab around modern code is part of our continued commitment to education and building the next generation of scientific coders that are using HPC, AI & IOT technologies to have a positive impact on people’s lives across the world. We will announce the winner of the challenge at the Intel booth at SC17 supercomputing conference.
In addition, Intel has several programs geared exclusively for students. Our Intel Student Ambassador program provides students with training, technology, and networking opportunities. Several of our ambassadors will be on-site at the conference to talk about their experiences and current projects.
Don’t Miss Out
Register now for this free1 technical conference and great networking opportunity. You can catch me at the “Meet the Experts” on Saturday 5:30-7:30 p.m. to learn more about our opportunities, programs, or to share what inspires you.
About the Author
Michelle Chuaprasert is Director of Marketing in Intel’s Developer Relations Division, Software & Services Group. She holds an EE degree from Cornell University and an MBA in Marketing. Michelle’s passion is to stitch together the technical inspiration from our worldwide industry of unique individuals into stories and proof points that drive business results and make our world better.
Michelle has previous experience across rotation programs, Design Engineering, Platform Marketing, Applications Engineering, and as Tech Marketing Manager and Engineering Manager. She is the Diversity & Inclusion Champion for her Division and cherishes the innovation we all achieve by sharing our experience and unique points of view. Key philosophies include Management by Strengths and the principle that if you’re happy at work, you’ll do your best work.
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