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How you can contribute

The Cerebras Develop Community is not a spectator sport (unless you want it to be). We urge you to speak up and get involved.

From low effort to more effort …

  • Attend meetings!
  • Ask questions (we do chat Q&A during presentations then a live session at the end)
  • Participate in our surveys
  • Answer questions from your peers
  • Share work you have done on our systems
  • Lead a training seminar

Join our Discourse

Take the conversation further at our Developer Discourse.

Calling all SDK Users!

We are seeking volunteers to help with an SDK user study. If you are an active developer writing code with the Cerebras SDK, we are interested in hearing from you.

To participate, please email us at developer@cerebras.net with the subject “User Study Volunteer” to indicate your interest, and we’ll schedule a 30-minute session with you.

archives
In our October 2022 Cerebras Developer Community Meeting, Solutions Engineer, Claire Zhang and Product Manager, Saumya Satish introduce our new Appliance Mode, which simplifies training massive ML models on the Cerebras Wafer-Scale Cluster. They provide an overview of the growth of neural networks over the past few years, challenges to existing scale-out, and how Cerebras solves these problems with our new Appliance Mode. They also share details of the Cerebras Wafer-Scale Cluster and how it relates to our Appliance Mode. Have a question about this presentation? Share your thoughts in our Discourse forum at https://discourse.cerebras.net/

Previous developer meetings

Get caught up, find some insights to quick start your development on the CS-2 System or just meet some of our developers.

In our September 2022 Cerebras Developer Community Meeting, Principal Engineer Andy Gill goes through several design patterns for communicating between nodes on our Wafer-Scale Engine (WSE-2) using the Cerebras SDK.
Cerebras Developer Community Meeting 5: Performance Best Practices for training Deep Learning models
Cerebras Developer Community Meeting 4: Functional Debugging of Kernel Code with the Simulator
Cerebras Developer Community Meeting 3: Easily Train GPT Models on a Single CS-2 Machine
Cerebras Developer Community Meeting 2: What’s New in CSoft for Both ML and AI Developers
Cerebras Developer Community Meeting 1: Inaugural Meeting with Introduction by Andrew Feldman