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Content posted in November 2005
Are we all in sync?
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11/30/2005   1 comment
How cool to hear that asynchronous logic design is becoming one of the better-kept secrets in the chip design community.
Platform modeling workshop
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11/29/2005   Post a comment
If you're going to be in Grenoble, France on 9 December 2005 and have nothing to do, then I have just the place for you to go...
Happy Thanksgiving!
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11/23/2005   Post a comment
"Good Golly Miss Molly!" It can't be time for Thanksgiving again; I only just recovered from celebrating last year's holiday...
The dawn of age of materials science
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11/22/2005   Post a comment
A plethora of new announcements indicate that the 21st century will be known as "The Age of Materials Science."
Hand-cranked computers!
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11/18/2005   Post a comment
When I created a hand-cranked computer spoof in the days of yore, it seems that I was years ahead of my time!
ESL even I can understand!
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11/16/2005   Post a comment
In which we discover how to make tightly-managed architecture and micro-architecture changes safely and quickly
Valuable aid in managing designs
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11/11/2005   Post a comment
Perforce is an incredibly useful tool for managing the hardware and software portions of a design.
Low power FPGAs and the origin of the universe
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11/8/2005   Post a comment
QuickLogic introduce ultra-low-power FPGAs and Stephen Hawking presents a lecture on the origin of the universe.
Hmmm, dual-port FPGA memories
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11/2/2005   Post a comment
There's more to implementing dual-port memories in FPGAs than one might think.


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