Free Windows courses by themselves are not newsworthy, but those who wish to create Windows 10 apps for the Windows Marketplace – AND exploit the power of CUDA and OpenCL computing via C# should find the Free Microsoft course in combination with the TechEnablement tutorial “Combine C-Sharp With CUDA and OpenCL On Linux, iOS, Android and Windows” an enabling pair of technologies.
The Microsoft Universal Windows Platform (UWP) series provides access to all the Windows 10 screens: PCs, phones, tablets, and even on a Raspberry Pi, HoloLens, and Xbox.
The series source code for each video is at https://github.com/Windows-Readiness/AbsoluteBeginnersWin10.
The only requirement is that participants understand the basic language fundamentals of C#; if you don’t have this covered, then look at the C# Fundamental series first.
If you’re looking for a faster pace content that dives deep, the Developer’s Guide to Windows 10 series may be for you.
The TechEnablement tutorial”Combine C-Sharp With CUDA and OpenCL On Linux, iOS, Android and Windows” provides source code and shows how to use a streaming approach to integrate click-together CUDA and OpenCL with C#. Other projects like OpenCL.NET provide bindings for OpenCL that are easy-to-use and true to the original API.