Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Thursday April 17, 2014

GTC 2014 Turned Focus to Developer Education

We’re always looking for new ways to make parallel programming easier and more accessible. In addition to enhancing the CUDA Toolkit with new performance and usability features, we also look for opportunities to give developers in-depth info and training. Preparing for today’s release of the production version of CUDA 6 آ– available now as a free download on the CUDA website آ– we recently offered a sprawling collection of sessions and tutorials at our 2014 GPU Technology Conference. Our goal: to help developers get the most out of programming on GPUs. Here’s a sampling of some of the best CUDA sessions from last month’s GTC. Click through to replay of each session to review all of the material:

  • CUDA 6 and Beyond

  • An Introduction to CUDA Programming

  • Fast, Parallel Algorithms for Computer Vision and Machine Learning with GPUs

  • Mobile GPU Compute with Tegra K1

This is just a taste of the range of informative CUDA-related sessions at GTC. If you missed them the first time around, click on the links above for full session replays. Or, log in with your GTC 2014 credentials at www.gputechconf.con and view these and many other sessions here. If you’d like a deeper tech dive into the new features of CUDA 6, check out, "5 Powerful New Features in CUDA 6," on our Parallel Forall blog.