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Want to learn FPGAs? Special $34.94 dev board offer!

Clive Maxfield
7/16/2012 05:56 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent   7/19/2012 7:20:19 PM
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Cool Beans: Did you see the Wall of Light project -- we just had a live online chat about it today -- and check out the blogs about the Robot Avatar and the Game of Life...

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osama_s   7/19/2012 7:04:35 PM
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Yeah i have already joined APP but i didnt knew that there were a whole bunch of people who wanted to learn FPGA's from start. Now i'll surely follow the happenings on the site :)

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Max The Magnificent   7/17/2012 7:13:59 PM
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No problems -- I'm really looking forward to playing with this myself. And make sure you join up at www.AllProgrammablePlanet.com and follow the various beginners projects we're playing with over there...

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osama_s   7/17/2012 7:06:00 PM
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I was thinking about the exact same thing. I am a student and have quite some experience in different microcontroller architectures and was looking to jump into learning FPGA's. But i couldnt figure out where to start and was trying to find a development platform which would be suitable for a beginner just like me. Now i know where to start and with which platform to start. Thanx Max :)

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