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Hot off the grill and tastier than ever! In this week’s Fish Fry, we’re serving up a healthy plate of DDR IP with Bob Smith of Uniquify. Bob and I chat about your next SoC project and why Uniquify may have the perfect DDR IP to suit your design tastes. Also this week, in a second helping of Fish Fry fabulousness, we’re talking to Adrian Valenzuela about the BeagleBone Black and why you want one.

Hey and look at this week’s icing on the cake! Our nerdy giveaway is none other than the BeagleBone Black, courtesy of Newark element14. Enter to win a BeagleBone Black today!


 

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