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Steve Lionel
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Steve Lionel Apr 23
Taking a stroll down Fortran Road - thanks to Anton Shterentlikht
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Steve Lionel Apr 15
Intel Fortran 18 now in beta - full F2008!!!
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Steve Lionel Mar 27
First post-retirement post. Doctor Fortran in "It Takes All KINDs"
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Steve Lionel Mar 19
Replying to @barney_j_kim
I replied to your forum post
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Steve Lionel Mar 10
Big news! The Fortran 2015 Committee Draft is out for committee review and vote! 17-007r1 on the J3 site.
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Steve Lionel Jan 26
Looking forward to this book about PLATO, the network I was on decades before the Internet
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Steve Lionel Dec 30
Retiring from , but Doctor Fortran isn't going away.
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Steve Lionel Dec 19
From last year but an interesting read about Fortran.
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Steve Lionel Nov 8
Check out my button!
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Steve Lionel Oct 18
Attending Grace Hopper ? We're hiring! Talk to Intel Fortran engineers there!
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Steve Lionel Oct 2
Has it really been that long? Time to see what's next.
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Steve Lionel Aug 9
Knights Landing hits 100 gigaflops in plasma physics benchmark
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Steve Lionel Jun 15
Replying to @joesheehan
Zero chance of .mod file format being standardized. The standard scrupulously avoids specifying implementation details.
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Steve Lionel Jun 3
Replying to @joesheehan
Glad to hear it - I really need to post follow-ups on C interop!
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Steve Lionel 4 Apr 16
Intel Parallel Studio XE 2017 Beta is open! Check out our new Fortran standard features!
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Steve Lionel 1 Apr 16
Intel Fortran on your phone! Intel XDK to include Fortran!
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Steve Lionel 16 Mar 16
Slashdot video about Fortran, featuring Intel Visual Fortran samples.
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Steve Lionel 19 Jan 16
It's a "Blast from the Past"! (Fortran's past, that is.)
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Steve Lionel 15 Dec 15
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Steve Lionel 11 Dec 15
Replying to @joesheehan
"." for components makes operators ambiguous. J3 has discussed, but rejected the idea. Exercise that % key.
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