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The Future is Verified

Looking Forward to DVCon 2017 with Dennis Brophy

Design verification is front and center in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. Dennis Brophy, General Chair of DVCon, gives us a special sneak peek into the Design Verification Conference and Expo taking place next week in San Jose, California. Please join me as Dennis and I explore the variety of tutorials, keynotes, and sessions you will find at DVCon. We also discuss how to learn about advanced verification methodologies and techniques, how to apply formal methods to the art of verification, and how to achieve the next level of design verification productivity. Then, for something completely different, our Kickstarter Corner highlights a new campaign launched by a team at MIT Media Lab that transforms air pollutants into unique art supplies. 

  

 

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Links for February 24, 2017

More information about the 2017 Design Verification Conference and Expo

Accellera Day Opens DVCon U.S. on Monday, February 27 with Three Timely Tutorials

Kickstarter Corner: More information about AIR-INK

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