ModernCode Project - Intel and Partners Helping You Make Today’s Software Be Ready for Tomorrow’s Computers
Today, we introduced the Intel® Modern Code Developer Community, which focuses on the pursuit of parallel programming. The community includes our very successful series of Modern Code Live Workshops taught around the world and our upcoming Intel® HPC Developer Conferences.
Modern high performance computers are built with a combination of resources including: multi-core processors, many core processors, large caches, high speed memory, high bandwidth inter-processor communications fabric, and high speed I/O capabilities.
A diagram for the structure of a cross platform App with Intel(R) INDE. Includes a link for an article explaining how Intel(R) INDE makes this process simple.
This article introduces the implementation of the submodule feature coming to Intel® Fortran in compiler version 16.0. This allows modification of submodules without recompiling every source that uses a module.
I would like to announce a new way in which you can try new features with the Intel® XDK without perturbing the stability and productivity that you enjoy with it – the Intel® XDK Early Access!
An article briefly covering the Women in Technology event organized and executed by Intel(R) Guadalajara: the first developer event dedicated to women in Mexico. Includes links to buzz created around the web involving the event.
Here are the release notes for the Intel IoT Developer Kit v1.5 UPM: v0.3.1 Updated index pages for API documentation and cross-linked them More images were added for Grove, Adafruit and Sparkfun sensors along with licensing information Applied a set of patches to improve code robustness Added...
Here are the release notes for the Intel Galileo Board Image: Updates to Yocto 1.7.2 Wyliodrin replaces Wyliodrin Node.js server iotkit-comm added Updated Node.js to 0.10.38