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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Big gains for everything from smartphones to servers.
Aims to support computer science education.
Starts January 2019.
Should boost stability, performance.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Breaks Scratch out into the real world.
Delays a thing of the past.
Pupil roll-out may take 'several weeks.'
Download the lot in PDF format, for free.
Even as the government pushes coding.
Redesign hasn't gone smoothly.
Promises to open-source its design.
Browser game teaches Java, C#.
MIT licence for DirectX analysis tool.
Spreads from mainframes to mobiles.
Looks to interest kids and train up teachers.
Free educational resources for all.
Leveraging its console design wins AMD is pushing a new AMD optimised API.
Big things afoot at the computing museum.
Phil Pratt-Szeliga's Rootbeer allows almost any Java code to run on a GPU, for impressive performance gains.
Google's Eric Schmidt has promised cash to train and equip UK computer science teachers.
Start-up Algotochip has launched a service which can turn a C-code algorithm into a physical chip in just eight weeks.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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