Inside IT: Cloud Aware Code-a-Thon

April 30th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 49 – Earlier this year, Intel conducted its second Cloud Aware Code-a-Thon. It’s an inventive way to get developers to think in new ways. In this podcast we talk to Cathy Spence, an Enterprise Architect in Intel IT. Spence tells us how the Code-a-Thon came about, what it takes to create an app for cloud, and what Banana Finder is. We’ll also hear from participants in the Code-a-Thon held at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara.


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