Breaking The Three Laws


What’s in it for me? The market shift to integrated Physical Prototyping

What's in it for me

FPGA-based physical prototyping is the go-to standard for high-performance, high-productivity verification, debug, and software development on many electronic systems today. But, it is becoming increasingly difficult to put together an ad-hoc prototype mixing pieces from various vendors with home-grown components. With the complexity of today’s systems, an integrated prototyping system can bring significant advantages.

Learn about these advantages (the answer to the question “what’s in it for me”) in this Electronic Engineering Journal chalk talk hosted by Amelia Dalton.

EE Journal

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Over the last weekend I coached teens how to handle unpredictable and potentially dangerous driving situations. You can find a short story on the Tire Rack Street Survival School here: At the end of the clip you will see a silver car pass behind the person being interviewed, that was one of my students and I’m in the passenger seat.

The primary emphasis of the Tire Rack Street Survival is a “hands-on” driving experience in real-world situations! We use your own car to teach you about its handling limits and how you can control them. The students will become more observant of the traffic situation they find themselves in. They will learn to look far enough ahead to anticipate unwise actions of other drivers. As the students master the application of physics to drive their cars, they will make fewer unwise driving actions themselves. They will understand why they should always wear their own seatbelts, and why they should insist that their passengers wear seatbelts, too.

I enjoy volunteering for this school as I hope that the skills the teens learn could help save their lives in the future. It’s about more than driving – it’s about LIVING!

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