The companies are each contributing $20 to $25 million in systems, software
and services to six universities who will support research in this area. The
six universities are led by the University of Washington in Seattle (ironically,
in Microsoft's own backyard), where preliminary research has been done, and
include Carnegie Mellon, MIT, Stanford, Cal-Berkeley and the University of Maryland.
Programming tools and techniques do seem to lag behind advances in hardware.
In particular, few, if any, mainstream developers write code to take advantage
of multi-core systems. Do we need to expand programming skills to take advantage
of new processor technologies and architectures? Tell me at [email protected].
Posted by Peter Varhol on 10/09/2007 at 1:23 PM
Microsoft this week included some Windows 11 client news amid its many Build announcements for developers, promising to soon deliver new features to Windows 11 version 22H2 users.
Microsoft this week announced a few product additions to Microsoft Entra, which is Microsoft's branded suite of identity and access management solutions.
Microsoft this week described a bunch of Microsoft Edge browser enhancements as part of its Build developer event announcements.
Microsoft Mesh, the company's mixed reality communication and collaboration platform, will be hitting private preview this week.
"It does feel like every week, there is something new," said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Tuesday, during the opening keynote of Build 2023.
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