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IDZ Diversity Meetup - Beatrice Fraedrich

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Intel Diversity Meetup, Slides of Beatrice Fraedrich's presentation, London, July 14th 2015

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IDZ Diversity Meetup - Beatrice Fraedrich

  1. 1. Intel® Developer Zone • Free tools and code samples • Technical articles, forums and tutorials. • Connect with Intel and industry experts • Get development support • Build relationships Tools. Knowledge. Community.Tools. Knowledge. Community. software.intel.com
  2. 2. 3 Internet of Things (IoT)Internet of Things (IoT) Intel® Developer Zone software.intel.com AndroidAndroid Intel® RealSense™ TechnologyIntel® RealSense™ Technology Windows*Windows* Game Developer CommunityGame Developer Community HTML5HTML5
  3. 3. Intel® Developer Zone Join us on Social MediaJoin us on Social Media @intelsoftware/ @intelinvolved software.intel.com Intel Software TV @IntelDeveloperZone Intel Developer Zone
  4. 4. Intel® Developer Zone TodayToday software.intel.com #IntelDiversityUK and #RealSense
  5. 5. 6 Success Diversity + Inclusion = Success It is going to take time to ge there but we are on the road to increasing access to opportunities for everyone
  6. 6. Only 18% of computer science degrees in the U.S. are earned by women.3 Globally, 65 million girls who should be in school are not.1 The Internet Gender Divide is nearly 25% in developing nations.2 1: UNESCO (2007); 2: Whitepaper - Women and the Web, Dalberg/Intel 2012; 3: UNESCO (2011) 3. NCWIT, 2012. 8
  7. 7. 9 Drive awareness and action to expand education opportunities for girls Connect girls and women to new opportunities through technology access, digital literacy and entrepreneurship Inspire more girls and young women to become creators of technology Empowering Millions of Girls and Women through Education and technology to Advance Economic Opportunity www.intel.com/women
  8. 8. Inspire Girls and Women to Become Creators of Technology 10 10 Examples of Programs and Partnerships: • Girls Who Code • NCWIT AspireIT • Robotics programs • Hermanas: Diseña Tu Futura • Compugirls • TechGYRLS • Intel Computer Clubhouse Network Start Making! program • Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and the Intel Science Talent Search* • EPICS program • Higher Ed Scholarships and fellowships *programs of Society for Science & the Public Girls Who Code Video::http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVwrO1AxhJo • Use of hands-on “Maker” and coding activities • Exposure to peer mentors and role models • Connecting technology and engineering careers to real world applications and positive social impact
  9. 9. An EMEA Initiative with Global Impact The Intel® Developer’s Relations Group is investing in female developers at the global droidcon conferences in 2015. • droidcon - a global developers conference series and network focusing on the best of Android. • Tunis, Turin, Zagreb, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Paris, London, Moscow, Bangalore, New York, Montreal, Dubai • The developers’ support includes: • Access to events • Travel and accommodations (up to 330€) • Applications under: http://droidcon.com/ • Access to workshops, tech sessions, networking with peers 11
  10. 10. Intel Software Innovators - Innovator Criteria for Nomination 12 Shared Criteria 1. Expert: Highly skilled software expert in a focus area (e.g. RealSense, Android, IoT, Windows/Gaming) 2. Innovative Work: Forward leaning, inventive or otherwise impressive applications or projects on IA that can be demoed, showcased and or discussed in depth with developers 3. Engaging Speaker: Inspiring and or effective public speakers and presenters, who can think on their feet and engage with developer directly on their work
  11. 11. Innovator Gives • Expert Representation • Insight back to Intel • Front line technical support • Increase Intel SOV • Fulfillment • Notoriety & Exposure • Early Access Innovator Gets Innovator Gives & Gets
  12. 12. Innovator Gives Expert Representation Talks/Demos - 100 attendees at talks/demos per quarter to be an “Active” Innovator. (ie. presentations, demos and/or talks at quarterly tradeshows, workshops, roadshows, hackathons codefest, webinars or meetup, showcasing their approach to using IA technology) Online activity (blogging) encouraged, not required Insight back to Intel: Regular feedback, recommendations, guidance regarding products and program via monthly NDA calls Front line technical support: Direct technical representation and engagements with developers Increase Intel SOV: Online content and social amplification representation as an advocate/expert using approved hashtags (#IntelAndroid) Fulfillment • Groups: monthly tech update webinar, swag, content, sponsored food, affiliation • Events: Stipend travel & registration to speak/demo at Industry Events Notoriety & Exposure: • Branding Designation: Badge/Pin to wear and post online as an “Intel Software Innovator” and profile listed on IDZ (See marketing plan for more detail) • Association with Industry Leader (Intel) Early Access: • NDA status with access to early information, technology briefings via monthly NDA. (Managed by ASMO Community Leads) • Latest SDPs with ILAP agreement (pending SDP availability) Innovator Gets Innovator Gives & Gets