Your chance to let Intel know what you want from their tools
News|by Leanne Bevan|5 June 2019
With cloud computing and AI being big topics of interest for Intel Software developers, Intel has asked Grey Matter to research how their tools are being used to help guide future releases and what they include in their subscriptions.
The responses to this short survey will be used to help Intel ensure any changes made are best suited to their users’ needs.
As a thank you for entering this survey you will be entered into a draw for a £200 Amazon voucher. The winner will be announced on 1 November 2019.
We’re also hosting workshops in Dublin and London during July with Intel Software and Microsoft. We will be covering HPC and AI in Azure. Find out more here.
You can also get a free trial of Intel Software tools and libraries here, or buy Intel Parallel Studio XE here.
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