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Paul Fernando
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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Paul Fernando   11/30/2010 4:50:55 PM
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I have had the privilege of working with Andreas before he set off on this crazy venture. Only he could pull off something like this. Apart from his brilliant technical skills he has a wonderful personality. Andreas, I’m very happy for you and I wish you the very best going forward!

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Daniel Payne   11/30/2010 3:57:08 PM
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Andreas took the risk and now receives the rewards. All the best to his start-up.

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Max The Magnificent   11/30/2010 2:09:19 PM
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Hi David -- if I'd done what Andreas did my face would look like a Cheshire Cat (grin)

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
David Ashton   11/30/2010 1:20:47 AM
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What a great story. He certainly deserves that smile on his face...

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re: From RTL to GDSII in Just Six Weeks!
Max The Magnificent   11/29/2010 9:39:38 PM
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This story just blows me away! I cannot tell you how impressed I am. Until I heard this I would have said that the days of an individual (or a small group) inventing and creating a new chip on their own were long gone -- but this tells me that the days of the garage inventor are still with us and I find that to be incredibly uplifting!

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