For many decades, software developers benefitted from being able to use the same software code while working with increasingly powerful hardware. As hardware manufacturers regularly improved the performance of their semiconductors by enhancing transistor densities and clock speeds, software development enjoyed a “free ride”—they were able to readily develop on these new devices without having to change software architectures.
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