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A Quick Yocto-Grid

Authored by David S. (Blackbelt) Last updated on 06/08/2018 - 17:08
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The "Yocto-Yumminess" of our BSPs

This is cross-posted from my blog on the Yocto Project website. Please look over there for more Embedded Linux content.

Authored by David S. (Blackbelt) Last updated on 06/08/2018 - 17:08
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Binaries Considered Dangerous

Reposted from my blog on the Yocto Project site. Go there for more pearls of wisdom and other embedded Linux goodies.

Authored by David S. (Blackbelt) Last updated on 06/08/2018 - 17:08
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Introducing Intel Ultrabook™ – Part One

Recently, I’ve been tempted to get a MacBook Air Pro* because of its light-weight and stylish look.

Authored by Jules Alfani (Intel) Last updated on 03/27/2019 - 14:13
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Gaming Piracy - Separating Fact from Fiction

I’m sure most of us have all seen and heard the news recently that’s flared up again on Gaming Piracy and DRM issues.   I’d like to address what I feel is one of the most misunderstood, and taken o

Authored by Last updated on 05/28/2018 - 18:28
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GCC x86 Performance Hints

      People say that GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) cannot generate effective code compared to other proprietary compilers. Is it a myth or reality?

Authored by Evgeny Stupachenko (Intel) Last updated on 03/27/2019 - 10:18
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Yocto Project v1.3 Released!

This is reposted from my blog on the Yocto Project website. Please go there to access all kinds of embedded Linux goodness. 

Authored by David S. (Blackbelt) Last updated on 06/08/2018 - 17:08
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OpenMP* 4.0 may offer important solutions for targeting and vectorization

The upcoming OpenMP 4.0 will be discussed at SC12, and there wil

Authored by James R. (Blackbelt) Last updated on 05/28/2018 - 18:28
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Made With Developers in Mind: The Ubuntu Ultrabook™

This week, Dell released a new Ultrabook™ that is branded towards developers.

Authored by Wendy B. (Intel) Last updated on 12/20/2018 - 09:28
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Doctor Fortran in "Source Form Just Wants to be Free"

In the beginning, there was only one source form for FORTRAN (as it was then known) programs. Each statement was exactly 72 characters long - no more, no less.

Authored by Last updated on 05/28/2018 - 18:28