C++ AMP open specification

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Published on Fri, 03 Feb 2012 23:11:00 GMT Indexed on 2012/03/18 18:16 UTC
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Those of you interested in C++ AMP should know that I blog about that topic on our team blog.

Just now I posted (and encourage you to go read) our much awaited announcement about the publication of the C++ AMP open specification.

For those of you into compiling instead of reading, 3 days ago I posted a list of over a dozen C++ AMP samples.

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