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  • Blog Post: Parallel STL - Democratizing Parallelism in C++

    Only a few years ago, writing parallel code in C++ was a domain of the experts. Nowadays, this field is becoming more and more accessible to regular developers thanks to the advances in libraries, such as the PPL and C++ AMP from Microsoft, Intel's Threading Building Blocks, OpenMP or OpenACC if you...
  • Blog Post: C++ AMP to target Khronos SPIR and HSAIL

    The Parallel Programming in Native Code blog recently announced Clang support for C++ AMP via LLVM backend. This is a key milestone in our commitment (as mentioned in Somasegar's blog ) to share the C++ AMP specification to all C++ developers, regardless of whether they're using Visual C++ or not. Portability...
  • Blog Post: The Microsoft C++ Compiler Turns 20!

    This month, we enter the third decade of C++ at Microsoft. It was twenty years ago, in February of 1992, that we released our first C++ compiler: Microsoft C/C++ 7.0. Before then, we already worked with several of the C++ “preprocessor” compilers that took C++ and converted it to C before...
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