Blogs from around the web that made my "best of the web" list this week...
This weekly posting provides a condensation of some of the best EDA and IP blogs from the web over the past week. If you have a blog feed that you would like me to consider, please let me know and I will include it in future editions.
This week’s winner is:
The smallest room – Collin Walls looks at the fascinating subject of toilets. Now Colin, is that really an embedded system?
Other good blogs, papers and articles include:
U.S. DOT launches large V2V and V2I test – John Day talks about vehicle to vehicle testing, but I want to know who plays the role of the hacker?
Mixed Signal Design IP Embraces Metric-Driven Verification Using RNM - Sathishkumar Balasubramanian
Flash Memory Panelists Challenge Conventional Thinking About NAND and SSDs – Richard Goering
What is Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling and why should you care? - Kamran Shah
Celebrating an aerospace legend - J VanDomelen
Designer View – Using Metric-Driven Verification for Mixed-Signal IP – Richard Goering
Innovation in Design Rules Verification Keeps Scaling on Track – Mojy Chian
OpenStand & EDA Standardization – Dennis Brophy
Great Demo! Methodology Offers a Lean Approach to Sales and Presentations - Sean Murphy
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