I have just created a new discussion group for engineers implementing DSP functions on FPGAs. The creation of this group has been on my todo list for a long time. If you want to join the group, send a blank email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As usual, it should take a few weeks before there are enough members for interesting discussions to get started.
Are you an FPGA expert? If you are an have an interest in sharing your knowledge with the FPGA community, you might be interested in the new reward system for bloggers (see the blogs section here).
The rewards will be based on page impressions, meaning that the more traffic a blog post will get, the faster it will generate rewards for the author.
Basically, a given blog post will generate $25 to the author for every 250 unique pageviews, up to a maximum total reward of $500 per blog post...
For those of you who are familiar with my work, you already know that FPGARelated.com is not the only engineering web site that I publish. I also publish DSPRelated.com and EmbeddedRelated.com. Those two web sites have been on a new design for quite some time now and porting the new design to FPGARelated.com has been on my todo list for too long! I am glad today to announce that I have finally found the time to apply the more modern design to FPGARelated.com.