SWEEPSTAKES: Post a Message, Get Entered to Win a Book. Learn How...

SWEEPSTAKES: Post a Message, Get Entered to Win a Book. Learn How...


Six Books. Six Chances to Win.

Every two weeks between April 26 and July 23, we're giving away one copy of the newly released "Intel Integrated Performance Primitives: How to Optimize Software Applications Using Intel IPP" -- and it's even signed by the author, Stewart Taylor.

Feeling lucky?


How To Enter:

Simply talk to us. When you participate in or start a discussion on the Intel IPP Forum, you'll automatically be entered for a chance to win your very own, signed copy of "Intel Integrated Performance Primitives: How to Optimize Software Applications Using Intel IPP."

Every two weeks, a winner will be randomly drawn from those who participated in the Intel IPP Forum during that time span. Winners will be announced in the Forum. See attachedfor the complete Sweepstakes Rules.

Brush up on your Intel IPP knowledge, get your questions and comments ready, and join the community.

On behalf of the IPP Team and Intel Developer Services, good luck.

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About the Author:

Stewart Taylor designed or oversaw the design of the majority of the Intel IPP functions. His software expertise covers imaging, signal processing, computer vision, graphics and software engineering across multiple languages. Look for Stewart in the Intel IPP Forum and ask him your toughest questions.

Message Edited by jhmargat on 04-26-2004 02:45 PM

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For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.

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You know that a .doc document is not a universal file type.
Please prefer a Portable Document file, namely PDF, it is free to be generated, and more readable...

Cheers,

Vincent

Hi, thanks for your advice, it is really makes sense. I'm not sure if we will remake this particular document, but anyway, it is good suggestion.
Regards,
Vladimir

An html link would have sufficed. Why .doc if you can't read it.

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