The Standards Game

Archive for January 2009

 

Welcome my new fellow blogger – Tom Borgstrom

One of my colleagues has just joined our blogging community. His name is Tom Borgstrom, and he’s a verification expert. I’ve worked with Tom on a lot of projects, and each time it’s been a pleasure. I invite you to read Tom’s blog and become a subscriber. Knowing Tom as I do, he will welcome […]

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Don't miss DVCon 2009 – Feb 24 – 26, San Jose CA

This year’s DVCon (Design and Verification Conference) promises to be informative and exciting. Did you know that Accellera is the long-time sponsor of DVCon? The conference has seen continued growth, year after year, due to the quality of its program. DVCon 2009 again has a rich program which I think you can benefit from. Aart […]

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Participation in a standards committee – worth paying for

As many of you know, I am an active member of the IEEE’s DASC. For those unfamiliar with this four letter word (no, it’s not *that* kind of four letter word), DASC stands for Design Automation Standards Committee. It’s a committee of about 70 individuals who discuss, debate, approve and monitor the need for and […]

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New Year, New Standards, New Faces

Happy 2009, everyone! I expect this year will be nothing but exciting. With the world so cautious about the economic climate, I think it’s time for a little optimism. I’ve seen a very interesting trend in the standards game which I will write more about this year. I call it “user-driven standards”. The user community has […]

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