Visual Studio 2012 includes the first release of the C++ AMP technology and hopefully by now you have had a chance to learn about and even better try your hands at it. We would like you to know that this first release is just a beginning and our team is actively planning new features and improvements for the next version of C++ AMP.
If you have a feature request or suggestion for the next version of C++ AMP, we would love to hear about it. Accompanying details of what scenarios would be enabled by your suggestion or how the suggested feature would simplify your use of C++ AMP, would be very useful, and are encouraged. Several of you have already been sharing feedback with us on our MSDN forum – it has been duly noted and we are sincerely thankful.
While we cannot guarantee all feature suggestions and requests will be fulfilled, we promise to sincerely listen to and include your feedback and suggestions in our planning process for the next version of C++ AMP. So if there is a feature or piece of functionality in your mind that you wish C++ AMP had, please let us know by responding on this thread on our MSDN forum.
Looking forward to your responses.
C++ AMP Team