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Newsletter - 24 Feb 2020

Weekly Newsletter (24 Feb 2020)
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Weekly Poll Results

What do you enjoy most about coding?

Survey period: 17 Feb 2020 to 24 Feb 2020

Solving problems39877.28
Seeing people use the thing I built22944.47
Helping people save time / money / hair loss by using an app16832.62
Building something30459.03
The feeling of control7614.76
I do magic that mortals don't understand14828.74
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: Do you feel pressure to make your code look as good as code posted by experts?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Product Showcase

  (0 votes) by Intel Corporation (updated 4 days ago)
This article introduces the beta release of the oneAPI product to facilitate heterogeneous programming.
  (0 votes) by Intel Corporation (updated 4 days ago)
In this article, we’ll discuss the Intel GZIP example design, implemented with oneAPI, and how it can help make FPGAs more accessible.
  (0 votes) by Intel Corporation (updated 4 days ago)
In this article, we’ll walk through a quick and easy way to see whether your game is CPU-bound using a high-level system overview.
  (0 votes) by Intel Corporation (updated 4 days ago)
Julia's approach to multithreading combines many previously known ideas in a novel framework. While each in isolation is useful, we believe that―as is so often the case―the sum is greater than the parts.
  (0 votes) by Intel Corporation (updated 4 days ago)
It's not just between one architecture today and another architecture today, but the architectures of today and tomorrow. oneAPI has the potential to become the industry norm for compiling code for all kinds of architectures.

Articles updated

Third Party Products and Tools

  (2 votes) by Jerod Johnson (updated 23 hours ago)
In this article, we walk through connecting to Salesforce from CData Cloud Hub & CData API server and connecting to either product from Infragistics Reveal to create a simple dashboard.

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