Category Archives: Open Source

Register for Intel(R) Technical Presentation "Using Intel(R) Inspector XE 2011 with Fortran Applications" by Jackson Marusarz (Technical Consulting Engineer)

Jackson Marusarz, Technical Consulting Engineer, will be presenting on Aug 17th at 9am PDT on “Using Intel(R) Inspector XE 2011 with Fortran Applications”. Please register and attend. Read more >

PVS-Studio vs Clang

By chance, we have checked the Clang project. I think some developers will be curious about the results. Presently PVS-Studio uses the external preprocessor of Microsoft Visual C++, which is a large disadvantage. Visual C++’s preprocessor is extremely slow and has some errors we cannot fix. Yes, do not be surprised that the preprocessor works […] Read more >

Fresh Yocto Code – the M2 Milestone release for embedded Linux goodness

Cross-posted from my blog on the Yocto Project site. Head over to for more information about the project, resources and all around good stuff Today we dropped another development milestone build for the Yocto Project. Introducing the M2 build. Our intent for these regular milestone drops is to synch up everything in the project […] Read more >

Register for Intel(R) Technical Presentation "Modeling parallelism with Intel(R) Parallel Advisor" by Dr.Paul Petersen (Architect)

Paul Petersen, Architect for the Intel(R) Parallel Studio product suite, will be presenting on July 21st at 9am PDT on “Modeling Parallelism with Intel® Parallel Advisor”. Please register and attend. Read more >

High Velocity Embedded Everything

I cross-posted this from my blog on the Yocto Project web site. You can comment on it here, on over there. The David Stewart home was in serious want of a stereo upgrade. The old setup was from the analog days, and with the dominance of Internet, High Definition and Blue Ray, I needed a digital-enabled […] Read more >

Gaming in Transition and Revolution: Pt 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4 (Innovation Changers) This will be my final installment on this blog topic titled: Gaming – in transition and revolution. To briefly recap the previous topics I first talked about the impact of Mobile. In my second installment I covered the changes and evolutions occurring in both formats and business models. In […] Read more >

Baker’s Dozen of Technical Papers and Blogs Published on Parallel Programming Community

There has been a significant flurry of activity in the Parallel Programming Community. Lots of new reading material in the past two weeks alone, not to mention the Gold version of OpenCL has been released. Download the SDK. More assorted technical papers on OpenCL from Intel Engineer Arnon Peleg and others on his team: Intel® […] Read more >

Progress on the next Yocto Project release

I’m cross-posting this from my blog on the Yocto Project site. Head over there to check out videos, documentation and more stories about embedded Linux and the Yocto Project. We had a lot of excitement last April when we launched the 1.0 version of the Yocto Project. We celebrated a little while, and then got ourselves […] Read more >

Register for Mark Davis’ presentation "Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011 Shows Its Stuff on Duplo"

Mark Davis, Senior Principal Engineer for the Intel(R) Parallel Advisor 2011 product, will be presenting on June 22nd at 9am PDT on “Intel® Parallel Advisor 2011 Shows Its Stuff on Duplo”. Please register and attend. Read more >

Back from HP Discover 2011

A few months back I had the really great privilege to be invited as a speaker to HP Discover 2011 to chat about Intel vPro and how to connect it to social networks using peer-to-peer technologies. The conference was in Las Vegas at the venetian hotel and last week I went and had a wonderful […] Read more >