There Is One Week To Go To The Vulkan Webinar
Written by Michael Larabel in Vulkan on 11 February 2016 at 01:32 PM EST. 9 Comments
VULKAN --
Just as a friendly reminder, there is one week to go until the Vulkan Webinar that was announced a few days ago. Vulkan is the next-generation graphics API being developed by a working group at Khronos; while it is cross-platform, it's what has many Linux gamers/enthusiasts super excited for the year ahead. Sign up now to learn more about the latest Vulkan progress from this free webinar.

You can sign-up for this free webinar via Khronos.org. The hour-long session is taking place next Thursday, 18 February, at 9:00AM PST. The presentation will be led by Khronos president Neil Trevett and LunarG's Karen Gravam.

While it's a free webinar, you need to sign up now as they have a limitation on how many will be able to connect and watch the live stream of this event. If you miss out, they will make the video available later on.

On a semi-related note, the Intel developer Vulkan talk from FOSDEM by Jason Ekstrand is now available for watching online.
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