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Free webinars – Introduction to Functional Verification

Clive Maxfield
3/29/2013 06:24 PM EDT

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BrianBailey   4/2/2013 3:57:25 PM
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Well duh - can't go back and edit - I meant yesterday - not tomorrow, or have I just become psychic?

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BrianBailey   4/2/2013 3:24:00 PM
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We had 500 people registered and almost 200 people on the course tomorrow - which is great!! Hope to see many more people today as we tackle models and execution engines.

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BrianBailey   3/29/2013 9:11:03 PM
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Thanks Max. I am hoping this will be a good high-level course for those just getting exposed to verification, or who have a verification group that they have to look after and want to find out why they expect everything to take so long!

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