Whether you are an established developer, an ARM partner or just getting started on ARM, we know you'll find a lot in the community to keep you coming back to stay informed, learn, ask and answer questions.
|走马观花CES Asia 3 hours ago||by Song Bin 宋斌|
|ARM Events 2015 with Partner Participation 19 hours ago||by Wenjun Zhang|
|Lots of variety, and then some with Zynq 14 hours ago||by rnass|
|How does the BTIC(branch target instruction cache) works? 1 hour ago||by laoniu_c|
|mali T768 上運行opencv ocl face detect example 問題 19 hours ago||by tseyiping|
- jensbauer likes ackmicro's reply Re: USB in stm32f103
- joeyxu likes Song Bin 宋斌's post 走马观花CES Asia
- ackmicro likes jensbauer's reply Re: USB in stm32f103
- laoniu_c likes yasuhikokoumoto's reply Re: The cortex-A7's pipeline support dual-issue, so I want to ask what's the dual-issue mean?
- Song Bin 宋斌 likes williamgao's comment 走马观花CES Asia
Manage Your Activity Streams
Your Activity page may look intimidating: when you're at the top level, you can see all the activity generated in your community. But as you start working in ARM Connected Community, you'll start personalizing your stream. As you begin following people, places, and content, clicking a stream shows you only activity from the sources you follow. For example, you can see activity for groups you belong to as well as people you are following in the Connections stream. At any time, you can click the Filter menu to catch up with status updates only. That's a great way to see what other people in the community are excited about. Another way is to check out Trending Content and Trending People widgets in the right pane.
After you've been using ARM Connected Community for a while, Recommended Content can show you activity you might have missed based on its popularity and relevance to you and your interests. You can help the Recommender learn about what you want to see. Not interested? Click the 'x' next to an item to banish it (note this doesn't delete the actual content).