Okay so I have finished a successful install of CUDA 2.3 and I am ready to go into it and start getting something simple to work.
I have looked at the SDK examples and tried to make some basic stuff of my own just adding numbers etc etc.
But I must admit that I am disappointed at the amount of tutorial stuff available for CUDA coding. Everything is about how great it is, and how much you can improve your work efficiency etc.
But where are the basic stuff?
Where is the basic “hello world” example?
Where is the example where you get shown once how to make a simple vector or matrix and do some simple math operations on them?
Where are the examples if you want to do simple loop structures?
In general all of those things that every other coding language show in their intro material by example.
If CUDA is meant to provide easy access to supercomputing to the masses, would it perhaps not be prudent to at least provide those basic examples along with the intro material so more people can use it straight out of the box?
If anyone knows about such material either online or in book form please let me know, since I would rather get on with having some actual code structure problems to look at rather then syntax problems.