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I am going to be posting a new series of blogs on EDA-related topics and also on whatever captures my attention at the ... "Ooooh, Shiny!"
As you are hopefully aware by now, my old chum Brian Bailey has just donned the ermine robe and seized the golden scepter that goes with the position of Editor of the EDA Designline (or “Master of the Universe” as Brian prefers to be addressed).
Furthermore, I have been designated as being his chief wing-nut (sorry, wing-man … I always get those two confused). As part of this I will be posting blogs on EDA-related topics and also on whatever captures my attention at the … “Ooooh, Shiny!”
Sorry, where were we? Oh yes … the point is that many of the blogs I post on EDA Designline will NOT appear on my Programmable Logic Designline website. For example, I just started a mini-series of blogs about the way in which we used to design, debug, test, and verify our electronic designs before these new-fangled computer-aided tools came along…
The first article in this series is How it was: CAD, CAE, and EDA
So if you want to see these blogs – along with all of the other articles and columns we will be posting – you will need to bounce over to EDA Designline and/or sign up for the weekly EDA Designline newsletter (Click Here and then click the Manage Newsletters tab).
And now I must get back to attending the needs of the ”Master of my Universe” (my wife, of course, who did you think I was talking about?)