|Sept. 9-11, 2014|
|Moscone Center West, San Francisco|
At the 2014 Intel Developer Forum (IDF14), developers, makers and creators will gather to share ideas and hear
|about how Intel will help them create the technology that will change the world. This year’s event is all about|
|the technology developers in attendance: their opportunities, their creations and ideas, and the benefits of|
|joining the millions of developers worldwide who participate in the Intel architecture ecosystem.|
|The conference’s format has been revamped this year. IDF14 will have one keynote with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich|
|and special guests followed by two days of large breakout sessions, called Mega Sessions, where Intel executives|
|will focus on technology trends and innovations. In addition, attendees will participate in three days of|
|technical sessions with industry and Intel experts, hands-on demos and one of Intel’s largest Tech Showcases.|
The strong lineup of speakers includes:
Keynote: Intel Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich will share Intel's vision for the future and provide updates on advancements with Intel technologies
- Internet of Things with Doug Davis
- The Next Revolution in Computing: Intel® Edison, Wearables and New Devices with Mike Bell
- Taking on the Developer Challenge with Doug Fisher
- 'Appy Hour with Hermann’ with Hermann Eul
- The Data Center Opportunity with Diane Bryant
- PC Reinvention and Innovation - Focus Areas for Developers with Kirk Skaugen
Exhibition: More than 180 leading companies from around the world will have hands-on demonstrations of their newest innovations and future technologies at the IDF Industry Technology Showcase.
Networking: IDF offers media and analysts opportunities to speak one-to-one with industry experts and Intel engineers whose work will impact the direction of future technologies. Poster Chats, Deep Dive Technical Insights, lecture sessions, hands-on labs and many other opportunities allow time for technical questions to be answered in an informal setting.
ATTENDANCE: More than 4,500 attendees are expected from around the world.