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EUV Becomes an Answer Instead of a Question

Agreed; a matter of semantics, I think. The big change isn't that everything is fixed, but that, for the most part, it feels like it's going to happen.

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Yet Another Wireless Protocol

Does this wireless protocol from Synapse Wireless provide features you haven't found elsewhere?

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Math Works Harder

OK, good point. I was really comparing student/home pricing rather than industrial/commercial pricing there, so that was a bit of apples and education-priced oranges.

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Debugging to the Tenth Power

By the time you get to debugging it is too late. For even the smallest connected device you need to start not with a vague design in your head which you then implement, but with a set of requirements. These will include security requirements. As you move …

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An IoT Semantic Interop Proposal

What do you think about the BEAM protocol for establishing semantic interop?

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Everything about this “Beautiful Woman Soldering” stock photo Is wrong

No ESD wrist strap, or static mat. Looks like she's melting that PCI connector, too. Hopefully there's a fume extractor just out of frame...

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More Compression, Less Area

What do you think of Cadence's new Modus DfT tool?

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Synopsys and SPICE Go Native

What do you think of Synopsys's new native SPICE environment?

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The Road from Java

Agreed to all your points! it is a powerful graphics engine and fun.

My newcomer benefit is that in writing a single unity code base that, with minor issues, the Unity code will build for multi-platform targets using unity kernel for each platform so t…

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