Intel South Africa has launched its Intel Developer Zone at an event in Johannesburg, a global programme designed to provide software developers and businesses with access to a variety of tools, communities and resources.
The Intel Developer Zone aims to provide a platform for developers to engage with peers and develop, market and sell their software.
“Intel South Africa recognises the rapid growth and demand of evolving technology, the demand of customer expectation vs. experience and the need for organisations to create best-selling software and apps that not only change lives, but have a lasting impact on communities,” said Mohammed Fareed, Software and Service Group business development manager at Intel South Africa.
The zone looks to make it easier for the local software ecosystem to gain access to Intel expertise, knowledge and technology in an effort to facilitate the development of innovative software and apps, that in turn can deliver more value to customers who purchase and use them.
It provides resources to help developers learn and embrace evolving market shifts while providing guidance and tools to help maximise development efforts across many form factors, platforms and operating systems.