“The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.” – William Gibson
“OneDrive is up to date,” it says on my screen. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Look, I like Microsoft. I really do. It’s easy to bash the software giant, but I’ve always kinda preferred using Windows systems for work. I mix it up with MacOS, … Read More → "OneDrive Down the Road to Madness"
We have so many electronic devices in our lives these days. OK, file that under “D” for “Duh!!!,” but how many different kinds do we have? Well… phones, of course. Tablets? Check… Computers? You bet.
After those, things are less obvious. A smart watch? OK… mostly that’s a phone that looks like a watch (and maybe without the phone capabilities, but… … Read More → "Realistic Edge-Device Testing"
Power is the name of the game in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. We’re talking about all things power-related; from “Shift Left” power signoff to the super cool capabilities of near threshold voltage computing. Kenneth Chang (Synopsys) joins us to discuss why power integrity and reliability can make or break chip design and how RedHawk Analysis … Read More → "Tower of Power"
The electronic design automation (EDA’s) mission has always been primarily to facilitate the design and verification of electronic circuits. EDA began, of course, with companies like Mentor, Daisy, and Valid providing specialized software for capturing and editing schematic drawings. These tools took the native human-readable language of the designer: schematics, and created the fundamental machine-readable structure of EDA: the netlist.
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“3D XPoint is nothing short of a miracle.” – Alber Ilkbahar
Intel just celebrated the start of its 50th year. For those who were not following closely in 1968, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel Corporation on July 18 of that year. That’s a year after the Summer of Love and … Read More → "The New, New Intel Unleashes a Technology Barrage"
“I’d spell ‘creat’ with an e.” – Ken Thompson, when asked what he’d change about Unix.
Look up “panacea” and you’ll find a bunch of C programming tools. Everyone and his dog has ideas about how to create better, more reliable C code. Use an ISO-certified compiler. Follow MISRA C guidelines. Write the comments first. Agile Programming. Energy crystals. The … Read More → "BARR-C Aims to Make Us Better Programmers"