CUDA crash course

I’m really excited to be going to the Nvidia Research Summit in my new capacity as Senior Physicist for Stone Ridge Technology. Nvidia provide a remarkable product, with exceptional service and support for the scientist, made all the more possible by the majority of money coming from gaming. I’d encourage anyone with a view to doing affordable HPC to start at the CUDA zone, pick up a card from your favorite electronics store, or apply for one via the academic program, and start programming. Here’s a short course below, compiled from notes I made while at PSU, for a rapid introduction, more to come…
ED: attached newer notes 040512


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