Jan 16, 2013 at 12:43 PM

I'm presenting a session on CUDAFY at the GTC conference in March. 

Any feedback or ideas would be great.  I plan to present genetic algorithms with CUDAFY, but I want to make the concepts as broad as possible.  Right now I have a simple game engine and a more complex trading one.  Anything anyone else would really like to see?

Jan 17, 2013 at 12:18 AM

We also have a presentation on GTC 2013, to introduce our new product: Alea.CUDA (, which combines F# with CUDA. Maybe we could meet there at San Jose :)

Jan 18, 2013 at 8:01 AM

Hi Dan, Sounds great.  I went to GTC last year but will skip this time round - ten months between trips is a bit short.  What else to tell?  Some of the less well know features such as embedding the cudafy modules in the dll by using the cudafycl tool?  Or the various maths libraries.  Dummy functions.  Code insertion (GThread.InsertCode).  New OpenCL support - not sure how that will go down at an NVIDIA conference!  This will be released shortly and allows CUDAfy apps including all the CUDA specific syntax such as blockIdx, threadIdx, shared, constant memory, atomics, etc, etc, to run on AMD GPUs, Intel CPUs, etc.

Alea.CUDA looks interesting - appears you are working at a lower level than CUDAfy's translation by using LLVM. I should take a closer look at F#.