To celebrate Computer Science Education Week, we will be sharing what it is like to work at Intel. Students will hear from two Intel Software employees about their career journey, what it is like to work at Intel and some of the cool work that Intel is doing. They will also learn how operating systems work and storage systems evolved in the last few years.
What is it like to work at Intel as a software engineer?
What kind of work does Intel do in software?
What is an operating system and how does it work?
How is data stored and used?
How can I practice my coding skills?
How operating systems and storage enable their favorite technology to work.
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