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Hey everybody! Taught myself just enough Verilog to be dangerous from 2013-2015 or so. Wrote a bunch of (boring) articles for a now-defunct trade site (absorbed into EETimes) about the process. Some of that stuff might still be available if you're lucky enough to find it. Did most of my learning on Opal Kelly XEM3005 - which I gotta say is an *excellent* platform (get yourself a breakout board, tho). I've started doing some stuff with Digilent devices a couple years ago, but haven't had any real opportunity to dig in to the "new" Arty or Zynq-based boards. So sitting around my home "lab," I've got a few Opal Kelly boards (XEM3001, XEM3005, and a couple others) - I love the FrontPanel system they've developed. I've also got an Arty (35T) and now a Cora (low-end Zedboard), and I'm itching to learn some stuff there. I also do a fair amount of bare-metal embedded when I need to (e.g. Atmel/Microchip microcontrollers), and have also recently been doing some stuff with embedded Linux on the pi platform. Lastly, let's talk about the registration process. Jimminy Christmas, it took me and another engineer 8 tries to get validated! Holy cow, am I st00pid, or what? -Tom
Hi, My name is Jon and I am a Senior Software Engineer with some FPGA experience both academically as well as professionally, mainly with regards to testing and board bring up. Academically, I have a BS in Computer Science and a Masters in Software Engineering as well as a AS in Electronics Computer Technology. I do have a Basys 2 from Digilent which I have used for online courses, and now I have a Zybo Z7-10 and Pcam-5c from a Road Test I am doing for element14. My previous Zynq experience includes using a Minized Starter Kit as well as maintaining Buildroot for a Zynq project. I find the Zynq processor interesting since it bridges both the Hardware and Software sides of Engineering and am looking to gain further knowledge and experience with this chip. Cheers, Jon
Hello everyone, I've been using LabView for many years and built countless devices that have been controlled with it. The emergence of many mini-computers and controllers, like Raspberry Pi and Arduino, looks very promising. One thing I'm no too enthralled with, learning new code,,, hope there is a solution for coding in LV and having it compiled to run on many of these devices,,,