When I was a little lad about six years old growing up in England circa 1963, my mom and dad were both working, so I used to spend the halcyon days of summer up the road at my Auntie Barbara’s house hanging out with my cousin Gillian (who was one year younger than me) and the other kids on the street.
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Over the years (actually, decades, now I come to think about it), I’ve seen a lot of great silicon chip architectures and technologies pop up like hopeful contenders in a semiconductor Whack-A-Mole competition, only to fail because their developers focused on the hardware side of things and largely relegated the software — in the form of design, analysis, and verification tools — to be “something we’ll … Read More → "Say Hello to Deep Vision’s Polymorphic Dataflow Architecture"
There’s an old saying that goes, “Standards are great… everyone should have one.” The problem being, of course, that so many people do, resulting in our being up to our armpits in the little rascals (not that I’m bitter, you understand).
Much the same thing applies to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) “laws” — there are now so … Read More → "Spacing Out with Spin Memory"