GTCDC 2016 Recap

If you didn’t attend this year GTC (GPU Technology Conference) in Washington DC worry not, in this post I’ll try to summarize it since I got the chance to go. Kickoff Quoting it from the page itself: “Presented by NVIDIA, the GPU Technology Conference is the world’s most important event for GPU developers. Experience five days of hands-on AI training, industry insights, and direct access to NVIDIA experts-all in one place.” Let me tell you that they delivered! There were amazing speakers like William Dally, Dr. France Cordova and many others, really hands on workshops, various demos from many companies working with deep learning and vision, presenting top of the edge research and demos of Nvidia itself, VR, self driving cars, supercomputers and more. To organize the content a little better, I’ll show what I saw in both days at the conference.

What to expect and how to prepare for Udacity's SDCND

(Most of the images are taken from Udacity’s SDCND page, all credit to them)

ROS Testing with Gitlab-CI and Slack

I am part of the WPI Team that is competing in the Space Robotics Challenge by Nasa (Credits to them for the Valkyrie image on your left) and in this small post I’ll teach you to:

Working with humanoids

Working with a humanoid robot was an awesome new experience for me.

RIoT Core 101

Este tutorial estara dedicado a la demostracion de capacidad de la plataforma RIoT, desarrollada por CodeRoad para el menejo de diversos dispotivos IoT. Todo lo explicado en este tutorial podrá ser usado para participar luego de la hackaton auspiciada por RIoT, del 6 al 8 de marzo en las instalaciones de CodeRoad.