Besides this new community being a great resource to find answers to your ARM-related questions, participate in discussions and read fantastic blogs from industry leaders - the ARM Connected Community also allows members to search and interact with ARM Partners that provides solutions based on the ARM architecture. We are happy to announce there are now 420+ active partners in the community! Each of these partners have an employee that is waiting to answer your question(s).
To search for an ARM Partner, visit Find a Partner and then filter by keyword(s) - happy browsing!
If your company is not yet an ARM Partner, complete the simple steps to join.
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.
imrehg created a thermal printer photobooth in less than a day.
Are you working on an ARM-based maker project? If so, we'd love to read about it - share it with the rest of the community by posting a blog about your project in the Embedded Group.
Going to COMPUTEX TAIPEI? Stop by the eyeSight Technologies booth to learn about their innovative touch-free technology
Like anything, you can always make it better.
Now that you've created your blog, it's time to take advantage of all the useful features the community platform provides. Below are five tips on how to better the look/feel of your blog as well as some tricks on how to get more eyes on your post.
Thank you for all of your contributions - remember, a blog doesn't need to be a novel. Best practice is to keep them over 250 words and less than 1,000 words.
Any other thing we should think of? Just tell us: Comment below, Ask, or Email.
Check out this new IoT Design Contest by STMicroelectronics, in collaboration with the ARM Connected Community!
Brad, thanks for the mention. These are helpful and timely tips as we all get our sea legs on this great community ride!
Thanks for the mention as well, cheers!
Brad, the eyeSight at Computex 2014 is interesting. Thanks for your information.
Thanks for the mention. I'm going to take the Thermal Printer Photo Booth to the Maker Faire Taipei 2014 later this month, hopefully developed a bit further until then. Cheers!
Thanks for the tips! They'll be very useful for me to keep in mind when I post my next blog!