Welcome to the new NVIDIA Developer Zone. We've made a lot of changes over the last several months, and we have many more to come, so please don't hesitate to give us feedback and tell us what you think.
This page describes some of the new features designed to help you navigate around the site and find answers quickly. For those of you that just want to keep up with the latest news, we now offer two great ways to get news and blog posts: RSS and "push" email notices. RSS feeds are handled in the usual way, just click on the feed and subscribe using your favorite feed reader. If you're logged into the Developer Zone, we also offer the ability to get email notices sent to you whenever there's new information. Just click on the little email icon to subscribe or unsubscribe like the image below.
Below are links to each area that give you customized information. These page links also have the email subscription and RSS feed icons located at the top of each page.
|All Developer Zone News||All Developer Zone Blog Posts|
|Game & Graphics News||Game & Graphics Blog Posts|
|CUDA Zone News||CUDA Zone Blog Posts|
|Mobile Development News||Mobile Development Blog Posts|
|Professional Graphics News||Professional Graphics Blog Posts|
A Quick Tour of the Developer Zone
From the beginning, we wanted to make a site that has simple navigation, easy-to-find web pages, and a great search capability. Aside from drop-down navigation and guide pages, we also wanted to make it easy to guess page names. All names are in lower-case and use dashes as separators, so you can often infer a name by simply entering developer.nvidia.com/ and then the name of the technology or product. So, developer.nvidia.com/apex, developer.nvidia.com/physx, developer.nvidia.com/opengl, etc. Try it out. If it doesn't work, we take you to a friendly 404 page that will suggest some alternate pages, plus offers you a web form so that you can tell us what you would like to see.
We know one size doesn't fit all. Tegra developers aren't very interested in High Performance Computing with CUDA, and CUDA developers aren't particularly interested in Direct3D graphics, so we created four unique Developer Centers that narrow down the news, events, blogs, and key links to fit your interests. We encourage you to bookmark your favorite Developer Center and visit often, or just subscribe to the news and/or blog feeds linked earlier.
Ever wondered what happened to that cool article on shaders from GDC 1999? We moved all our publications and downloads to the Resources page so make finding things easier. You can search for specific terms and tags, or simple sort resources by title or publication date. Over time, we will be offering a richer way to search for tagged resources that will bring information to your fingertips instantly. In the meantime, don't forget to give us feedback on what is or isn't working for you.