What do Android, Chrome and Apple’s Darwin have in common?
Speaker: Wey-Yi W Guy, Principal Engineer, Intel Corp.
Abstract: This presentation will reveal how Apple and Google leveraged the Linux kernel to create the world’s three most popular mobile operating systems: iOS, Android and Chrome OS. The paths of these operating systems from the Linux open source community to where we are today is a fascinating story.
Bio: Wey-Yi W Guy is Principal Engineer at Intel Corp. She started her career as an embedded software engineer for small company in Connecticut. Wey-Yi joined Intel in 2000, and has since assumed a variety of positions including senior lead architect for Intel’s wireless products. Her knowledge and expertise includes ADSL, WiMAX, and WiFi technologies, as well as Linux, Android, Windows and Chrome OS.
Speaker: Heidi Pan, Staff Engineer, Intel Corp.
Abstract: We are at an inflection point today, where the performance and feature advances in HTML5 technologies combined with increasing device and OS fragmentation are fueling the adoption of the web as a platform of choice across the compute continuum. HTML5 is emerging as a compelling programming platform with its rich OS-like features, high developer productivity and cross-platform reach. This talk provides a high-level technical overview of client-side web technologies that serve as the foundation for HTML5.
Bio: Heidi Pan is a member of the Technology Pathfinding and Innovation team in Intel’s Software and Services Group where she has been investigating and prototyping mobile and web developer technologies since September 2010. She currently leads an HTML5 runtime performance pathfinding project. She received her PhD in Computer Science from MIT for her research on parallel programming models.
Date: September 24, 2013 at 6:00pm - 8:15pm
6:00pm – 6:45 PM Food and social time
6:45 PM – 7:15 PM: Presentation 1
7:15 PM- 7:30 PM: Questions/Break
7:30 -8:00 PM: Presentation 2
8:00 -8:15 PM: Questions
Venue: Intel Corp. SC9 - Auditorium (Santa Clara 9)
3601 Juliette Lane, Santa Clara, CA 95054-1579
Parking is available in "Garage B".
Entrance to SC9 Auditorium is across the parking structure on ground floor
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