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  1. Just realised it was probably impolite of me to ask a question on the forums before introducing myself. I'm an upcoming junior in college studying biomedical engineering. I've had many years of programming experience from high school robotics (FRC) and some university clubs I'm involved with. My experiences with FPGAs are only from a one-semester intro course and a summer internship. During those experiences, I've experimented on a Basys board and a Nexsys 4 board. I recently just bought a Pynq for myself and had some heat concerns, which brought me here. I hope to integrate well into this community, and not annoy you all (too much)!
  2. anil

    Hi

    I'm Anil and I have always been envious of those who could build electronic circuits - I wanted to invent stuff. Unfortunately, growing up in India in the 1980s, there wasn't much opportunity to learn this. I have a software background and would actually like to build circuits that can be coupled with my android phone.
  3. Everyone, one of our customers - UMass Lowell use the Analog Discovery and chipKIT to teach the first year engineering student Intro to Engineering. The professor has put some of the materials online http://faculty.uml.edu/jweitzen/25.108(ECE)/25107Fall.htm Feel free to check it out.