by Victoria Rege

For those of you who missed this year’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC), or if you made it, but had a hard time choosing between all the great concurrent sessions, we’ve publicly released streamed recordings, video and slides from many of the GTC sessions.

The quality of presentations at GTC really set it apart from other industry events – bringing together luminaries from diverse industries all looking at cutting edge GPU computing applications.

We have content for every type of programmer or developer.  If you are just getting started programming GPUs, we recommend that you take a look at the pre-conference tutorials, which give you an in-depth look at topics such as CUDA C, OpenCL, OpenGL and Parallel Nsight.

We also have sessions about computer vision, medical imaging, CUDA libraries, algorithms and numerical techniques and more.

Archived session content from GTC 2009 is available here and don’t forget to mark your calendars for the next GTC, coming in October 2011.