We at Intel are very excited about both the existing (based on the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processors) and newly released Ultrabooks (based on the 3rdGeneration Intel® Core™ processors.) While this blog will be fairly high-level and introductory.
Só existe uma coisa mais incrível que a tecnologia, é o que você pode fazer com ela. Com um Ultrabook™ inspirado pela Intel® e rodando com processadores da família Intel® Core™ sua imaginação não tem limites e para os desenvolvedores é a chance de criar projetos cada vez mais inovadores e que estejam a frente do mercado.
Monday, 13th of August GDC Europe in Cologne is calling and we are showing to game developers what Intel has to offer for them on a software as well as hardware basis.
What is Intel talking about (click on the titles to get the slides - pdf)
Earlier this week I was forwarded and article from Ars Technica by Peter Bright questioning if Windows 8 is really cut out for tablet. Overall it’s a fair article with a bit of tea reading, where Peter questions if Microsoft is really fully committed to tablet with Windows 8. In reading I kept thinking Ars Technica is reading things a bit backwards, and may not be considering the developer ecosystem.
As I continue to explore different Ultrabook capabilities, in this blog I decided to look into a powerful threading and performance optimization tool for C/C++, .NET, and FORTRAN developers who need to understand an application's serial and parallel behavior to improve performance and scalability: Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2011.