ARM Technical Learning Resources

Tom Stevens of ARM posted a blog with a new list of links for developers new to ARM. About 40 links, mostly on ARM assembly and C, Cortex-M, NEON, ARMv8/AArch64. Here’s a list of the initial 10 or so links’s titles:

Getting Started with ARM Microcontroller and Assembly Programming
How to Load Constants in Assembly for ARM Architecture
Branch and Call Sequences Explained
Building Customized Debug and Trace Solutions for Multicore SoCs
Caches and Self-Modifying Code
Code Size: A Comprehensive Comparison of MicroMIPS32 and Thumb Code Size Using Many Megabytes of Customer Code
How to Call a Function from ARM Assembler
Designing in ARM: Part One- Switching Microcontrollers
Getting Started with ARM Assembly and C Programming
Detecting Overflow from MUL

Full article:
https://community.arm.com/groups/processors/blog/2015/03/03/important-arm-technical-learning-resources

If this were done outside ARM.com, it’d probably github-hosted and called ‘awesome-arm-development.md’. (BTW, I’m slowly working on an ‘awesome firmware’ link collection, if someone doesn’t do one first…)

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