If you are keen to help shape the next decade of computing (and who is not?), you cannot miss this year’s Arm DevSummit taking place online, 19-21 October.
At the free-to-attend event, you join Arm’s global community of hardware designers and software developers for an online program that puts cutting-edge technology right at your fingertips. This includes 7 keynote presentations and 140+ technical sessions from technology leaders at Arm and across the world’s broadest technology ecosystem.
Through this packed program of tech insights and knowledge sharing, you will be the first to learn about the latest advancements that serve as the foundation of the next decade of computing. At the same time, each talk gives you the opportunity to grow your own network and build the skills to design for scalable architecture within the Arm ecosystem.
Register for Arm DevSummit
If you are a software developer, registering with DevSummit allows you to join thousands of developers to learn more about getting the most out of your software on the world’s most pervasive compute architecture on any device, any OS, any cloud, any application. At Arm DevSummit, you will:
Now, from a hardware design perspective, Arm DevSummit allows you to grow your network and build your skills to design with the world’s most scalable compute architecture. You will:
Hear from Arm experts and partners on improving SoC design to accelerate development and deployment.
Given the broad program of talks, we asked two of Arm’s brightest minds – Mark Hambleton, Arm VP, open-source software and Richard Grisenthwaite, Senior Vice President, chief architect & fellow, Arm – what sessions would pique their interest if they were attendees. They have helpfully highlighted some of their top technical sessions for both hardware designers and software engineers. (Note: These are just a few of the many excellent talks you can experience at this year’s Arm DevSummit).
Here are Mark’s top five technical sessions for software developers:
Check out Richard’s top five technical sessions for hardware developers:
Now, no one has asked me, but if you really want to know, I am looking forward to an astonishing alignment of the IoT development stars: Eben Upton, founder and trustee of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and CEO of Raspberry Pi Ltd. will join Massimo Banzi, co-founder of the Arduino Project, for a Virtual Campfire talk at DevSummit. What will they talk about? Cannot spoil the surprise. You will have to listen in to find out.
Whether you are a software or hardware developer, Arm DevSummit will have some deep technical insights and know-how for you. With the event showcasing how Arm supports the developer ecosystem through combining the power of specialized processing with the design freedom and accessibility of general purpose compute, to help unlock the power of technology for any device, from edge to cloud.
Register for Arm DevSummit now to gain free access to all these fantastic technical sessions.
Register for Arm DevSummit