Hey, folks. I'm out at IDF this week, still soaking up as much as I can about Skylake and other interesting tech. I've been prodding Intel architects and employees for details to add to the info from the public slides, and I should have a nice article on the architecture eventually. Getting into the sort of detail I'd like will require some time to think and write, though.
While I'm disappointing you, I should mention that I'll be on an airplane headed home during our usual podcast recording time on Thursday evening. As a result, I've decided to cancel this week's show. We'll be back to our regular schedule next week, though, and we'll catch up everything, I'm sure.
Also, if you're in the Kansas City area, don't miss our TR meetup on Friday night in Lee's Summit at 7:00 PM. Looks like we already have a fair number of folks who are planning to come. Drop by and join us if you can!
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