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Aldec-Altera free DO-254 Webinar

9/26/2012 06:07 PM EDT
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ctoole00   10/5/2012 6:32:12 PM
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The webinar recording and presentation slides are now available online. http://www.aldec.com/en/support/resources/multimedia/webinars/1450 If you don't yet have an Aldec account, registration is painless and provides access to many resources incl. white papers, tutorials, etc. Christina Toole Aldec Marketing Manager

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ctoole00   10/1/2012 3:24:13 PM
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Yes, a recorded version of the webinar will be made available shortly.

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ozindfw   9/29/2012 9:54:44 PM
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Will a recorded version of this be available?

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Max The Magnificent   9/27/2012 4:26:37 PM
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I just heard from the folks at Aldec that the link for the US event is back up – the Europe event has already taken place this am.

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Max The Magnificent   9/27/2012 1:31:03 PM
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Wow -- that's weird -- they worked yesterday -- I'll check back with Aldec and Altera

Francisco J. Galan
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Francisco J. Galan   9/27/2012 7:17:58 AM
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Sorry, the links provides to register don´t work.

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