Intel® is the platinum sponsor for the annual Phoenix Mobile Festival in Phoenix, AZ on September 27th, 2014. The Phoenix Mobile Festival is an all-day free event organized by the Phoenix Mobile Technology Group in Phoenix, AZ. There are 18 sessions available to attend throughout the one day event. Intel is presenting a technical session about Intel’s cross platform app development tools Intel® INDE and Intel® XDK. Come join us at the University of Phoenix campus in Room 101 at 11a.m.
Já imaginou um jogo que você consegue empinar uma pipa usando suas mãos? E se esse jogo permitisse você a manobrar a pipa usando gestos que você já conhece como enrolar ou soltar a linha? Pode até parecer mentira, mas o pessoal da Animagames já teve essa idéia no ano passado:
Micro Focus DevPartner* BoundsChecker software contains tools to help you find memory issues in your code. Intel® Inspector XE has that same functionality but also supports additional operating systems (Linux* and Microsoft Windows*), languages (C, C++, Microsoft .NET*, Fortran), and direct integration into the debugger while also providing a substantially more powerful GUI. This additional functionality makes it well worth considering making a change to the Intel® Inspector XE.
IBM Rational Purify* software is a tool for checking the memory correctness of your code. Intel® Inspector XE has that same functionality but also supports threading error analysis (such as data race and deadlock analysis) and multiple languages (C, C++, Microsoft .NET*, Fortran), while also providing a substantially more powerful GUI. This additional functionality makes it well worth considering moving to the Intel Inspector XE.
During the 2015 beta, it was noted that running the XQuartz* version of X11* on a Mac* computer caused the text in the VTune Amplifier XE graphical interface to appear garbled and unreadable. The problem is related to the XQuartz X11 server performing font anti-aliasing, even in 256 color mode.
Resolve this problem by resetting the XQuartz preference to “millions” of colors and restarting XQuartz.