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The goal of the Arm Community is to help developers within the Arm Ecosystem to find and share the information they need to do their jobs more effectively.
There are more than 1,200 partners in the Arm Ecosystem, this community is designed to help you find the right ones for your needs. It will also help answer some basic questions such as "how do I get started with Arm" as well as more complicated technical questions that are specific to the Arm architecture. Best practices will be surfaced as well as the ability to easily search the site for content, people, and communities relevant to what you are interested in. Content will be shared with a combination of Arm employees, Arm Partners, advocates, and developers.
We hope you enjoy visiting Arm Community, return often, and become an active member and frequent contributor.
Every post should make a positive contribution and should be suitable for all users who can view it. The Arm Community is open to all points of view on intended business-related topics; mature, polite debate is encouraged. We will however remove any post or reply that includes derogatory, abusive, offensive, obscene, violent or inappropriate content of any kind. Always interact with other users respectfully, as you would in any professional setting.
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