IDF 2012: Intel Developer Zone announced

At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), Renée James, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation launched the Intel Developer Zone, a program designed to provide software developers and businesses with a single point of access to tools, communities and resources to help them engage with peers. Today’s software ecosystem is full of challenges and opportunities in such areas as technology powering new user experiences, expectations from touchscreens, battery life requirements, data security and cloud accessibility. The program is focused on providing resources to help developers learn and embrace these evolving market shifts and maximise development efforts across many form factors, platforms and operating systems.

Intel Developer Forum announced

Intel Developer Forum announced



  • Development Resources: Software tools, training, developer guides, sample code and support will help developers create new user experiences across many platforms. In the fourth quarter of this year, Intel Developer Zone will introduce an HTML5 Developer Zone focused on cross-platform apps, guiding developers through actual deployments of HTML5 apps on Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows and Tizen.
  • Business Resources: Global software distribution and sales opportunities will be available via the Intel AppUp center and co-marketing resources. Developers can submit and publish apps to multiple Intel AppUp center affiliate stores for Ultrabook devices, tablets and desktop systems. The Intel Developer Zone also provides opportunities for increased awareness and discoverability through the Software Business Network, product showcases and marketing programs.
  • Active Communities: With Intel Developer Zone, developers can engage with experts in their field – both from Intel and the industry – to share knowledge, get support and build relationships. In the Ultrabook community, users will find leading developers sharing ideas and recommendations on how to create compelling Microsoft Windows 8 apps for the latest touch-enabled and sensor-enabled Ultrabook devices.


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Published Date: Sep 13, 2012 12:16 pm | Updated Date: Sep 13, 2012 12:16 pm