The tech sector is increasingly becoming more pro-coding, and that’s why a lot of big names are investing in this industry.
As an example, Microsoft and Google are spending big bucks on their own ProCore teams, while Intel and AMD are building their own programs to build on the foundation of ProCore.
But what’s happening in the pro-computing space?
What’s the future?
Read moreCompanies like ProCore, which was built on top of the existing C++ compiler (which Microsoft acquired in 2011), are built on the idea that developers can write their own code and run it on the hardware.
The company claims that this is one of the reasons why it’s been able to outperform the competition.
The latest ProCore code is built on a new compiler called C++14 that’s designed to be faster than previous compilers, and it can also run on ARM processors (which Intel has been making available to ProCore developers).
This means that the code can run on Intel processors, and there are some other benefits too, like being able to run on older Intel chipsets.
The new compiler is called C14, and is based on the new GCC version 5.6, which is also used by Apple, Google, and other big companies.
This is great news for ProCore since it will help Intel to increase its sales and the speed of its code.
But as we mentioned earlier, there are other advantages to this new compiler as well, like making it easier to port ProCore applications to other platforms.
“I’m very excited about this compiler, and I believe that it will provide us with great benefits for the ProCore ecosystem, both as a developer and as a consumer,” said Steve Pernick, vice president of product management for Intel ProCore Software.
Intel has already released several new ProCore products, and now there are even more ProCore-based products in the pipeline.
“It’s just a great time to be a ProCore developer,” said Greg Wilson, chief strategy officer for the Linux Foundation.
“There’s a lot going on in this space, and as long as we keep innovating and improving, we’ll continue to grow and innovate,” said Michael Jeltsen, vice-president of product development at ProCore Systems.
“I think we’re going to be able to have a lot more competition in the space over the next couple of years.
That’s why it makes sense for Intel to invest in ProCore.”