Intel CEO Sees A Bright Future For IoT, Developers

Tiny computers, real-time depth sensing, and breakthrough memory technology are among the innovations featured at this year’s Intel Developer Forum. CEO Brian Krzanich detailed how connected devices will change the way we all do business.

At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, CEO Brian Krzanich said there’s never been a better time to be a developer.

“I’ve never seen such diversity of opportunity for developers,” said Krzanich during his keynote at the event.

That’s not exactly a novel sentiment. In 2013, the Outcast Agency held a media event based on the theme “The developer is king.” The event involved representatives from companies that depend on developers, such as Github, Google, Mixpanel, New Relic, and Stripe talking about why it’s a great time to be a developer. That was also the message coming out of Twilio’s Signal developer conference in May. The web, mobile platforms, and the cloud have all expanded the need for developers and the scope of their work.

If the idea isn’t new, it has nonetheless helped Intel expand its horizons. Krzanich recalled how past IDF events followed a formula.

“For most of IDF’s history, our mission was clear,” said Krzanich. “We demonstrated the march of Moore’s Law, previewed the next generation of Intel products, and showed our future Intel roadmap. It was a great formula, a simple one, and one that worked for a long, long time.”

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