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1 Post authored by: Gordon Margulieux
Just to start off, not having worked within the design phase of FPGAs, let alone Xilinx, this workshop (or actually set of workshops) was like drinking from a fire hose.  But like so many “new” things we try you get out of it what you put into it.  For me these sets of workshops were very interesting and although it only scratched the surface of the FPGA design process, I learned enough to want to go deeper.   As mentioned above, the entire workshop was divided in 3 1 ...

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