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  1. Intel Internship Kristinn Thorlaksson

  2. Company Historyhttp://www.intel.com/museum/index.htm • Has turned into a global Conglomerate • Real Estate Company • Software Company • Hardware component (Wireless, Motherboards, etc) Company • Network Company • Server Company • Graphics Company Paul Otellini - CEO Short Continuation from previous presentation

  3. Working Hours & # of hours work per week • Hours: 40 hrs/wk 8-5 (1 hour lunch) • Overtime: not needed • Pay: $24.17 • Benefits: Dental, medical, Employee Purchase Program w/ Intel and other companies. Tuition assistance. Local discounts • Paid Holidays • Vacation leave 1 week at the end of 6 months

  4. Organizational reporting structure to complete your projects Paul Otellini - CEO Dadi Perlmutter – Mobility Group Nick De Santis – Product Engineering Software Engineering Ying Du Ray Kong J. Mowery Kristinn Thorlaksson

  5. Number and scope of your projects plus ROI (return on investment) • Database growth • C# Console Quick Writer • Indexing • TSQL delete Jobs • Query for data by SN • XML Validator • 3 Solutions • WTS Query Bug fixing and additional features • Server Disk Space Usage tool • WTS Query Web application • Intel: Moderate • Myself: Moderate

  6. 5 Year Database Growth Estimate • Store data for up to 3-4 (6) months • varies based on product • Delete records on a weekly basis • Create TSQL jobs to execute SPROC • Translate market model to server disk space • Wifi, Wimax, combo • Intel: Moderate • Myself: moderate

  7. WTS Query Web application • Produce Query reports • Web application C#.net • ASP.Net 2.0 • Office Web Components and VB6 • Office Web Components and C#.net • OWC: • programmatically produce Office documents (reports)

  8. Departments you interacted with to complete your projects • Mobility Group - Nick de Santis, Ying Du, Jim Mowery, Ray kong • Get requirements/understand requirements • Present my ideas • Real Time server space tool • Indexing • Kulim (Asia) SM Lab - Sook Chien Chan, YK • Get requirements/Verify requirements

  9. What you have learned as a result of your internship? • Get and attain clear requirements – Document those requirements and complete the tasks as required. • Manage time well • Define all stakeholders in you project early

  10. Courses taken which served you well in completing your assignments? • CS 151 • CS 161 and 162 • CS 361 and 362 • CS 275 • CS 261 • CS 352 Intro to Usability Engineering

  11. Overall impression of your internship • More work than I expected • Met some great people • Was exposed to a global work enviornment