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    IDF 2011 - Registration code and more

    Get a taste of IDF. Check out the video from IDF 2010.



    Intel Developer Forum
    Moscone Center West
    San Francisco, California USA
    September 13–15, 2011
    Use the codes below to take advantage of low Early Bird rates and save big when you register:
    • $1,395 Full Conference Pass for IDF alumni, use promo code ALMEML7
    • $1,595 Full Conference Pass for new attendees, use promo code ATTEML7

    At IDF you will find over 150 Technical Sessions, including:
    • Hands-on labs
    • Q&A with Intel experts
    • Lecture sessions and Panels
    • Technology Insights and Industry Insights

    See everything IDF 2011 has to offer:




    Explore the Tracks »
    Technical Session Catalog »
    Explore IDF »



    Get the latest on three critical industry trends:
    • Cloud Computing and the next-generation Data Center – Intel’s technology and vision for cloud computing will be on full display with dozens of cloud computing and data center Technical Sessions, Poster Chats, and a Technology Insight session.
    • Security – Stay well ahead of the curve on the latest security innovations during the Security-related Technical Sessions, Panels, Hot Topic Q&A, and the CISO Industry Insight.
    • Mobile Computing – At IDF attendees will be surrounded by mobile. There will be sessions on the
    Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ family of processors, netbooks, and Ultrabooks™. Mobile will also be the focus of the keynote from Intel’s Mooly Eden on Wed, September 14, 2011.

    The Keynotes You Can’t Miss
    • Paul Otellini, Intel CEO, shares Intel’s vision and direction with “The Evolution of Computing: Looking Ahead”.
    • Mooly Eden, General Manager, PC Client Group, discusses Intel’s PC strategy to deliver outstanding user experiences any time, any place in “The PC Transformation”.
    • Justin Rattner, Chief Technology Officer of Intel, provides a sneak peek into Intel’s future technology development in “The Future: Accelerated”.

    Expert brains and a chance to pick them

    At IDF you can run into some of the best Intel developers and engineers, but why leave it to chance? Here are two ways to connect with the right people:
    • Office Hours – (New for 2011) This is your chance to schedule a one-on-one conversation with an Intel expert.
    • Poster Chats – These informal discussions are a great place to see summaries of new technologies, interact with Intel engineers and get answers to all your questions.


    Special IDF hotel rates expire soon

    Due to overwhelming demand, hotels may sell out quickly. Register for IDF today and reserve your accommodations before these special IDF rates expire on Friday, August 25, 2011.

    It’s not all work at IDF

    Stay tuned for some exciting news about the not-so-serious side of IDF. We do know how to have fun.


    Remember, this is your chance to get in on Early Bird rates. Register now and save big on admission
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    Awesome, love IDF! I hope they live stream the sessions this year!
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    i wish that i could go to idf but that $1400 is alot of money when u want to go as an enthusiast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    i wish that i could go to idf but that $1400 is alot of money when u want to go as an enthusiast.
    Don't bother going as an enthusiast, I've been to IDF before and it's mostly geared towards developers and engineers. Go to CES or something instead.
    oh man

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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    i wish that i could go to idf but that $1400 is alot of money when u want to go as an enthusiast.
    Don't bother going as an enthusiast, I've been to IDF before and it's mostly geared towards developers and engineers. Go to CES or something instead.
    oh man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowmage View Post
    Don't bother going as an enthusiast, I've been to IDF before and it's mostly geared towards developers and engineers. Go to CES or something instead.
    i got to go a few years ago for free as a student and while i did not get into any of the lectures or keynotes, it was cool to talk with the reps and some people who were in hardware companies. i went to a few of the MS dev and admin things and that was great too for the people there and the free stuff from reps.

    but your right as an enthusiest u would be board and u can watch all the material online anyways, so its more vaction/networking that u pay for.
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    can press get a free pass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowmage View Post
    Don't bother going as an enthusiast, I've been to IDF before and it's mostly geared towards developers and engineers. Go to CES or something instead.
    that plus press... the press content is kinda like watching hypnotoad in an imax cinema with some tv channel in the background trying to sell you a 500$ frying pan with nasa technology in it ^^

    was cool talking to engineers, but they are usually on really tight schedules...

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    IDF is a great conference for those in the industry, I have gone the past 3 years with my company.
    You can talk technology with Intel engineers and other exhibitor companies, as well as get a feel for whats in the pipeline..

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowmage View Post
    Don't bother going as an enthusiast, I've been to IDF before and it's mostly geared towards developers and engineers. Go to CES or something instead.
    Definitely geared toward industry engineers, but if you know the stuff in depth you can pick up on some great information.
    They have decent food and tons of booths to look at (and giveaways- last year I got an Intel 160GB G2 SSD).


    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    i got to go a few years ago for free as a student and while i did not get into any of the lectures or keynotes, it was cool to talk with the reps and some people who were in hardware companies. i went to a few of the MS dev and admin things and that was great too for the people there and the free stuff from reps.

    but your right as an enthusiest u would be board and u can watch all the material online anyways, so its more vaction/networking that u pay for.
    They usually come out with a free educational pass code at some point..
    I don't think they really care if you go into the lectures or keynotes with that free pass either.
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    Oh, and last year at the evening IDF party, the band Maroon 5 played a set of songs to their most male audience ever (probably 97% male) lol
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    dude i would kill to go, i always end up listening to their audio tracks and looking at the pdfs from the show. I usually spend a week sifting through all of it afterward, if not longer!

    I will make CES this year, but IDF is on my list for the following year
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    Anyone else here going this week?
    There's free online registration if you're in the area during the day with code DCPACN1
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