Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 16th Dec 2005 14:31 UTC, submitted by anonymous
IBM "The year 2005 has been chock full of Power Architecture news - from Apple's departure from the Power Architecture family to the up and coming Cell Broadband Engine processor; from Blade.org to Power.org; and from being named fastest growing semiconductor supplier of 2005 to being named 2005 Top Fab, find out why Power Architecture technology is having the best year ever."
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Errr...
by catonic on Fri 16th Dec 2005 16:24 UTC
catonic
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2005-11-04

So IBM tell us what a great job they are doing!
How original.

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RE: Errr...
by on Fri 16th Dec 2005 16:39 in reply to "Errr..."
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Actually, given how much material has been released through developerWorks this year, I think IBM _is_ doing a great job. The developerWorks site is not constrained by NDA (what's published is free for all developers to use) and is not encumbered by startup intiatives or anything like that. I've benefited from the material that was released, and I know other developers have as well. Their forums give developers access to engineers that work on the particular aspect, for free. It's not perfect, but I'd say developerWorks is doing a great job and I check there regularly as well as look for listings here at OS News.

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