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It has been a very exciting time since Intel announced Intel® Clear Containers, a feature of the Clear Linux* Project for Intel® Architecture, back in May. There has been a great deal of interest and enthusiasm from ecosystem vendors as well as the Linux developer community. My team and I have added a second day job: visiting with partners to discuss optimization of their solutions for Intel architecture by using various features of the Clear Linux Project!
Recently we have been working closely with CoreOS to integrate Intel Clear Containers technology with the rkt* container runtime.
A lot of us understand the value of the web, with such nice features as indexability, deep-linking, and a frictionless update model. But what really sets the web apart is its reach and frictionless engagement. On the web you don't need to think before you engage - no need to download an app first, or consider if it is really safe. And that is great, because most of the sites people use, they don't use frequently - and that is fine!
But can you create actual web apps with all of these qualities or are you still stuck in the native world? Read along to find out more...
Stop by the Intel booth at Embedded Linux Conference 2015 to receive your free hardware kit. One kit per registered attendee only. Hardware kit contains the following: (1) Tadpole PCB, (6) Resistors, (3) Transistors, (1) RGB LED and (1) 1/10” Header. Build something – anything – using the hardware contained in your free kit and an Intel® Processor board. Tweet us a picture of your creation.
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