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Margaritas, SpyGlass, and the Newest in RTL Signoff

Fish Fry is watching you. We know all about that lunch. The one in the break room fridge. The one you thought was yours but wasn’t, and you ate it anyway. We also know that you kinda fudged that last deadline when it came close to crunch time, and let’s not even talk about those cheat codes… OK, no – we’re not really watching you but we are talking about a whole other kind of spying in this week’s Fish Fry. Yep, we’re talking about spying into your RTL design. My guest this week is none other than Mike Gianfagna (Atrenta) and we’re gonna ask him about RTL signoff, spyglasses, and spicy margaritas.




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