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NewsNorth Korea to allow foreigners to use mobile internet PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona21-Feb-13 18:57 
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NewsFault handler oriented programming PinmemberDan Neely21-Feb-13 16:21 
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NewsSharing Code Between Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:25 
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NewsMulti-core scaling: it’s not multi-threaded PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:44 
In the decade leading to 2001, Intel CPUs went from 33-MHz to 3-GHz, a thousand-fold increase in speed. In the decade since, they’ve been stuck at 3-GHz. Instead of faster clock speeds, they’ve been getting more logic. Instead of one instruction per clock cycle, they now execute four (“superscalar”). Instead of one computation per instruction, they now do eight (“SIMD”). Instead of a single CPU on a chip, they now put four (“multi-core”). However, desktop processors have been stuck at four cores for several years now. That’s because the software is lagging.
This post talks about scaling code past the four-core limit.
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NewsLambda problems leaves Java 8 Dev Preview indefinitely delayed PinmemberKent Sharkey21-Feb-13 8:47 
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NewsXamarin debuts iOS and Android app development inside Visual Studio for C# programmers PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh20-Feb-13 17:02 
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