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Cooling Off Accelerated Computing

Dear Kevin,
an excellent article clearly convincing us, that the dominance of heterogeneous computing is anavoidable, although the von Neumann syndrome creates masses of problems. Because of the bad state of the art of FPGA application development we sti…

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EE Times "Divested"

Did not everyone join a blockchain clatch, finish around with dnssec and IPv6, start using 24" tablets with OpenBSD delivered by one Yoshida or another instead of binders of part families, and start electing watershed ecologists to high office? Oh dear. M…

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Security Certifications

What do you think of UL's and MISRA's new security certification approaches?

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Code, Copyright, and Craziness

The court just decided in Google's favor. Copyright "fair use" applies in this case.

http://www.recode.net/2016/5/26/11790914/google-defeats-oracle-copyright-java-android

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Challenging Challenge Questions

Do you have any good challenge-question stories?

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Rock, Paper, Firmware

Resolved - a final state of a customer service event where the "customer stops complaining at us" goal has been achieved.

Apparently has nothing to do with customer satisfaction. I'll bet someone got a bonus for closing tickets at no cost to DJI. Th…

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Nanoparticle Resists

2 nm nanoparticles in resists are considered defects not just roughness. Inpria looks closest.

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Collaboration Between OPC UA and DDS

How do you view the distinction between the OPC UA and DDS IoT protocols?

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FPGAs for the Masses?

"The promise of creating hardware without hardware engineers has been a holy grail for some for many years."

This is similar to the current holy grail of creating software without software engineers. The quality lowered, the software deployment size in…

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Analog Spring

What do you think of Cadence's and Synopsys's analog announcements?

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Is the Consumer IoT Happening?

What are you seeing with respect to consumer IoT adoption?

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