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Want to Learn Programming and Microcontrollers?

The funny thing about knowing something yourself is that you tend to assume everyone else knows it also. This is especially true on a site like EEJournal that attracts electronic engineers and embedded systems developers from all walks of life. But the funny thing is — when you actually get to sit down and chat with people — you begin to realize how little they typically know outside … Read More → "Want to Learn Programming and Microcontrollers?"

Henny Youngman and The Law of Unintended Consequences: Fish Fry Welcomes Eric Bogatin

If there is a fire you are trying to douse, you can’t put it out from inside the house” – Thomas Jefferson in Hamilton

The man, the myth, the signal integrity legend Eric Bogatin joins Fish Fry this week! We discuss the propagation of misconceptions in our design lives, the law of unintended consequences and what the Henny Youngman principle is all about. Also this … Read More → "Henny Youngman and The Law of Unintended Consequences: Fish Fry Welcomes Eric Bogatin"

Engineering the Edge: How Intel is Looking to Train One Million Engineers

Did you know that the edge computing market is forecasted to reach almost nine billion by 2023? In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Mathew Formica (Director of Edge AI Developer Scale – Intel) and I chat about the the biggest challenges in edge computing today, what’s included in Intel’s OpenVino Tool Kit, and how Intel and Udacity are looking to train one million developers with their Intel … Read More → "Engineering the Edge: How Intel is Looking to Train One Million Engineers"

Work from Home Survival Guide

With the COVID-19 situation continuing to evolve, numerous companies in our industry have been telling their employees to work from home (WFH) lately to enable “social distancing” to slow the spread of the virus. Large numbers of engineers, marketers, and other technology professionals may find themselves hanging out on the sofa, trying to squeeze out a normal day’s work via VPN over a cacophony of … Read More → "Work from Home Survival Guide"

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featured blogs
May 6, 2021
For the third time*, I find myself writing the obligatory, "Hello, World!" first blog post. So "Hello" to all you readers of Cadence's Computational Fluid Dynamics blog. (Or... [[ Click on the title to access the full blog on the Cadence Community si...
May 6, 2021
Learn how correct-by-construction coding enables a more productive chip design process, as new code review tools address bugs early in the design process. The post Find Bugs Earlier Via On-the-Fly Code Checking for Productive Chip Design and Verification appeared first on Fr...
May 6, 2021
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May 4, 2021
What a difference a year can make! Oh, we're not referring to that virus that… The post Realize Live + U2U: Side by Side appeared first on Design with Calibre....
chalk talks
MathWorks Connects to HardwareThe Maker movement is exploding right now, and most of the cool projects require doing some math. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Amnon Gai of The MathWorks about using the powerful capabilities of MATLAB and Simulink in anything from your next maker hobby project to full-blown industrial designs. Click the … Read More → "MathWorks Connects to Hardware"