A new home for all things related to AMD ROCm platform developers and resources is here. The ROCm Developer Hub recently launched on AMD.com and serves as a one-stop-shop for things like training, documentation, and more.
The goal of the Developer Hub is to make it easier for developers to find what they are looking for and to serve as a developer home page, with links to everything you need to be successful working with AMD ROCm platform. The Hub prominently highlights resources like how to sign up for upcoming training webinars, where to find the new AMD ROCm platform textbook, and how to navigate to the newly redesigned AMD ROCm platform Docs site.
New to AMD ROCm platform? The page also features resources such as user guides and ready to download containers that help you get started on your developer journey. It is also now easier than ever to navigate to the AMD ROCm platform Community where users come together to learn, share experiences, and help solve issues using the AMD ROCm platform.
Finally, you can find all the latest AMD ROCm platform blog content by checking out the Featured AMD ROCm platform Blogs section. Here is where you will find some of our most popular content, including major release blogs, information on using the new AMD ROCm platform Docs site, and the AMD Lab Notes blog series.
Check out the ROCm Developer Hub for yourself, and be sure to check back as we continue to enhance the page in the coming months.
Making the ROCm platform even easier to adopt
For ROCm users and developers, AMD is continually looking for ways to make ROCm easier to use, easier to deploy on systems and to provide learning tools and technical documents to support those efforts.
The ROCm web pages provide an overview of the platform and what it includes, along with HPC & AI markets and workloads it supports.
AMD ROCm DOCs is a portal to access everything you need to know to work with the latest ROCm versions along with API and support documentation.
AMD Infinity Hub gives you details on ROCm supported HPC applications and ML frameworks, and how to get the latest versions and install documents. You can also access the ROCm Application Catalog there, which includes an up-to-date listing of ROCm enabled applications.
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