Update on the Community
5 Minute Member Survey
The new ARM Connected Community is turning 1 at the end of this month - and what a learning experience it was for everyone. As we plan for 2015, it would be very useful if you can complete a short survey (it will take you less than 5 minutes. We mean it, we timed it!) and then also comment below with what you enjoy about the community and/or any suggested changes we should think about implementing. The community was built for you, so we want to ensure we're providing for your needs. If you take a look back through the previous weekly Connecting the Dots blogs, we do listen to feedback and have made quite a few changes over the last year.
Every week, I pick a few items on the community I think you should see. You can also find featured content on the community homepage and on the overview page of each community.
- Two Automotive-related blogs were published by ARM employees ADAS Mapping by ARM by Soshun Arai and Powertrain – A Challenge for the Future … by Juergen Jagst
- Installing OpenCL on Chromebook in 30 minutes by Anton Lokhmotov, Team lead of GPU Compute compilers
- New White Paper by security technology partner Trustonic: Five Standards Addressing Today's Challenges in Mobile Commerce
- Ashok Bhat covers various methods of Runtime detection of CPUs implementing ARMv8-A architecture
- Using interrupts not implemented as Software interrupts?
- Cortex-M3 pipelining of consecutive LDR instructions to different memory regions? sparked back up over the last few weeks
David Blaza contributed a wide range of blogs this week Mobile technology as a force for good in the world - check out this amazing experiment, Drones, kids, tiny transistors and the IoT, what I learned at TechCon 2014 and How to start a startup, free Stanford course taught by tech glitterati and Y Combinator
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It would be useful for us to have feedback on what you think is good and what isn't, so we know what to try and change and what not to interfere with...