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Like last year, we will be updating this page with more information before, during and after the AFDS conference June 11-14, 2012 in the lovely, and likely rainy, Bellevue, WA. SemiAccurate writers will also be attending the conference. Special for our readers if you register for AFDS 2012 and use promo code SEMI12, you get $50 off. Early bird registration ends April 8th.
About AFDS 2012:
Last year’s inaugural AMD Fusion11 Developer Summit (AFDS) generated universal praise from attending developers, the media, and the heterogeneous computing community.
This year, AMD is striving for an even greater event with additional keynotes and up to 100 technical sessions.
- AFDS is the epicenter for the latest training, insights, and information on heterogeneous computing, OpenCL™, Open GL, APUs, and more.
- What happens: AMD and partner keynotes, hands on labs, technical sessions, unique collaboration opportunities
- Who attends: Software and hardware developers, academics, investors, and press from around the world are expected to participate
- When/Where: June 11-14, 2012 Bellevue, Washington, USA
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