While reading an MSDN page I have noticed that whenever a word parallel is used, then there is no article 'a' used:
In the past, parallelization required low-level manipulation [...]. These features simplify parallel development [...] fine-grained, and scalable parallel code.
Why there is no article? I thought it should be:
- a parallelization
- a parallel development
- a parallel code
Is it because words parallelization is abstract, development is uncountable and code is I don't know, uncountable?