The Standards Game

Archive for January 2010

 

This time, I didn’t want a standard

Several people have asked me to write about my new car and post some pictures here. If you’re tired of hearing about it, be sure to stop reading now. I’m having a whole lot of fun with this vehicle, and it doesn’t take much to get me to talk about it. Chevrolet’s engineers designed an […]

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UVM: Collaboration for the Right Reasons

Congratulations to Accellera’s Verification IP Technical Subcommittee (VIP-TSC) for reaching yet another milestone on its journey to achieve harmony among verification standards. The near-unanimous desire and commitment to create a Universal Verification Methodology is an indication of the still growing need for collaboration among verification engineers, verification IP vendors, service providers, and tool suppliers – […]

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Posted in 2. Skirmishes, Battles and All-Out Wars | 5 Comments »

 

The 10th Commandment: Know That Standards Have Technical and Business Aspects

I’m starting the new year by finishing a project, and it feels great. I posted the first of my “10 Commandments for Effective Standards” way back in February of 2008. Today, I’m completing the series with a concept that summarizes what I’ve learned about the standards game. The 10th Commandment for Effective Standards is: Know […]

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