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Re: Part III. Design Tools and Methodologies
Max The Magnificent   12/12/2012 12:56:18 PM
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aburgin: Class suggestion: I've programmed in a dozen different languages, A great idea for a course would be a high level look at programming in C to create new generation FPGA's. I saw hins in the presntation, but it's only a snapshot... It looked fascinating

That's a good idea -- maybe we will do that in a future class. FYI, at Design West 2013 (next April) I will be hosting/moderating a free session titled "Learn 11 Computer Languages in 120 Minutes" where I give a 10 min intro then have 11 experts each talking for 10 mins about languages like C C+ SystemC SystemVerilog PSL, MyHDL...




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