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re: Altera opens the FPGA world to software programmers
osm3000   5/8/2013 7:18:45 PM
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Really good to hear such news. I've visited Altera website, take a glance on it and saw the demos, seems quite promising.

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re: Altera opens the FPGA world to software programmers
studleylee   5/8/2013 7:10:48 PM
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Don't know why my name tripled :-)

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re: Altera opens the FPGA world to software programmers
studleylee   5/8/2013 7:10:10 PM
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I always considered HDL( Verilog/vhdl) as a more reality-based type of extensively parallel SW programming :-) Had an interviewer once get agitated when I told him I thought there are similar paradigms in both HW and SW design. He twitched some when I said I like to do both. But we grew up on the Steve Ciarcia/CircuitCellar days. -Lee Studley -Lee Studley -Lee Studley



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