GitHub at NVIDIA GTC AI Conference


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GitHub is heading to the NVIDIA GTC AI Conference!

Join us at the Gen AI pavilion to explore the future of coding and witness firsthand how GitHub Copilot is reshaping the developer landscape. With over 37,000 businesses already onboard, including 1 in 3 Fortune 500 companies, Copilot is leading the charge in AI-assisted development.

Discover how Copilot, the world’s most widely adopted AI developer tool, is transforming the way developers work. With Copilot, coding becomes 55% faster, empowering developers to create with unprecedented speed and efficiency.

Don't miss out on the chance to engage with our team and gain valuable insights at our panel session. Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting your coding journey, GitHub is here to empower you every step of the way.

Drop by our booth, grab a seat at our panel session, and immerse yourself in the world of AI-powered development. And if you're interested in some personalized 1:1 time with our experts, let us know by filling out the form below.

We look forward to seeing you in San Jose!

Special Event: Exploring AI-Assisted Developer Tools for Accelerated Computing

Wednesday, March 20, 8:30-10am PDT
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Along with other industry experts, GitHub’s Ryan J. Salva, VP of Product Management and Product Owner of Copilot will lead a session on AI-assisted developer tools. AI-assisted code development is becoming a new norm in modern software engineering development teams. In this roundtable, we bring together leaders in commercial solutions for AI-assisted code development and leaders in academics and research. We'll discuss how accelerated computing is currently supported, the challenges associated with future developments in a variety of activities, and how the community could benefit from NVIDIA to accelerate any of these next-gen AI-assisted development tools. We'll also cover code generation, code transformation and refactoring, assisted debugging and profiling, and more.

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