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Re: Impressive
TonyTib   10/10/2014 5:14:56 PM
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The Papilio Duo is supposedly to feature schematic diagram to FPGA, which should be good for a lot of things that hobbyists want to do with a FPGA.

Also, since the Duo Kickstarter met its second stretch goal, the Hamster is going to update his free e-Book for the Duo and its new Logic Wing, so the Hamster e-Book + wing is the logical way to go if you've got a Duo.  I've added the new Logic Wing to my Kickstarter pledge.


As far as understanding parallelism goes, well, at the high level software level, I'd ask "What kind of parallelism?"  There are several basic approaches; each has its own stengths and weaknesses.

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Re: Thanks
GMA-embedded   10/10/2014 4:29:20 PM
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hi Adam, 

 

i would like to thank you for all nice blog, you wrote on Xcell blog, really its help me during my graduation project, as a junior engineer, i still remember you, as a experienced engineer, who reall answer on all of my question, i should add your name to my training responsble :)

regard 

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Re: Caesium: A brief history of timekeeping
Wnderer   10/10/2014 9:29:28 AM
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@bpaddock Since URL's can't be include anymore


Just leave the h t t p : / /  off

www.bbc.com/news/magazine-29476893

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Caesium: A brief history of timekeeping
bpaddock   10/10/2014 9:11:59 AM
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"I'm constantly amazed how time manifests"

Since URL's can't be include anymore (Rather a large step backwords letting the spamers win isn't it?) do a search for :


"Caesium: A brief history of timekeeping" By Justin Rowlatt at bbc dot com that was posted yesterday.

www dot bbc dot slash news slash magazine-29476893

 

Can anyone point me to a non-circular refrence definition of Time?

 

 

 

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Thanks
Adam-Taylor   10/10/2014 3:42:58 AM
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Thanks max and guys for the kind words, I hope it is of use to people using the Zynq 

Adam 

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Should also be interesting for Red Pitaya owners
Pryderi   10/10/2014 12:28:43 AM
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The Red Pitaya uses the Zynq chip, so a lot of the content of this ebook should be of interest for anybody who has one.

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Re: Impressive
David Ashton   10/9/2014 6:54:42 PM
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@Duane....do you still have all your FPGA articles from APP?   An E-book of those would be far more my level than Adam's one (No offence Adam, but I really am a rank beginner)  AND I have one of those boards.  You'd have my email on one of Max's msgs if you would be kind enough to let me have them.....thanks // David

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Duane Benson   10/9/2014 6:23:08 PM
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I've already downloaded the e-book. I stepped back from my FPGA adventures for a bit, but I want to get back to it. I've got some projects that could use FPGAs and I've got Jack Gassett's new Papilio Kickstarter board on the way.

By the way, I'm still working on the xMOS board and blog. The work I did with FPGAs has really helped in terms of understanding the parallelism.

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Max The Magnificent   10/9/2014 3:26:37 PM
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@Antedeluvian: Adam writes a blog a week! I don't know where he finds the time, given the the great job he seems to have.

I know -- he's a bundle of energy -- it amazes me all the things he manages to do.

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Re: Norway
Max The Magnificent   10/9/2014 3:25:03 PM
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@antedeluvian: If memory serves you also presented at the FPGA Forum in Norway a few years ago.

Wow -- how do you remember all thsi stuff. You are of course correct -- think of me as warming the crowd up for Adam LOL

It was a really great trip -- I took my then 17-year-old son with me -- in addition to giving the keynote at the FPGA Forum in Trondheim, I also gave a guest lecture at Oslo University -- it was tyhe first time my son has actually seen me "doing my stuff" LOL

Do you remember my recent Column on Statues? One of the many highlights to my Norway trip was to see the statues at Vigeland Park in Oslo, Norway.

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