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  1. Hey everyone! I registered here a while back but never got around to posting an introductory thread. I was happy to find such a large community surrounding Digilent boards and FPGA development in general. I'm a newbie to HDLs and the process of hardware development in general, but I can say that I've spent at least a decent amount of time studying the theoretical principles of computing and machine design. I have a background in computer programming, and it's been very interesting learning the many differences in methodology between programming and hardware description. I know it's a total cliche, but like many others I have long wanted to design a general purpose CPU, which I have recently undertaken and made some good progress on. Even though the world probably doesn't need yet another ISA, I see this project as a labor of love and an opportunity to learn many different principles of circuit design. So far I have: - Defined the ISA - Designed the ALU - Designed the primary register file and flags register - Partially designed the instruction decoder There is a ton left to do, and I don't anticipate the project to be completed for over a year, much less fully validated, but that's all part of the fun! You'll probably find me around here asking for feedback and asking newbie questions. Thanks in advance for your help and patience! - Curt
  2. Hi, I'm a student of computer engineering.