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FPGA/CPLD Design Group on LinkedIn

Started by cpld-fpga-asic December 30, 2008
FPGA/CPLD Design Group on LinkedIn

Group for People Involved In the Design and Verification of FPGA's,
other Programmable Logic , and CPLD's to Exchange Idea's and
Techniques. You should have FPGA / CPLD Design / Verification on your
Profile. (The focus is more on FPGA/CPLD in the product as opposed to
FPGA's solely as a path to an ASIC) VHDL / Verilog / ABLE / SystemC
and other HDL's as well. Vendors included: Xilinx, Altera, Actel,
Lattice, Atmel, QuickLogic, Tabula, Silicon Blue, Mentor, Cadence,
Synopsys, Aldec, NI, Altium, and Many Others. Networking on LinkedIn
can be a way to get technical questions answered. It can also be a way
to meet contacts with expertise in other domains of knowledge other
than your own. Additionally, many career enhancing contacts, and
mentors can potentially found especially if one is at a smaller
company that lacks the resources for extensive internal networking.

http://www.cpldfpga.com

https://sites.google.com/site/fpgacpldgroup/

(Tip - when first signing up on linkedin cut-paste from a resume)
On Dec 30, 4:24=A0pm, cpld-fpga-asic <cpld.fpga.a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> FPGA/CPLD Design Group on LinkedIn > > Group for People Involved In the Design and Verification of FPGA's, > other Programmable Logic , and CPLD's to Exchange Idea's and > Techniques. You should have FPGA / CPLD Design / Verification on your > Profile. (The focus is more on FPGA/CPLD in the product as opposed to > FPGA's solely as a path to an ASIC) VHDL / Verilog / ABLE / SystemC > and other HDL's as well. Vendors included: Xilinx, Altera, Actel, > Lattice, Atmel, QuickLogic, Tabula, Silicon Blue, Mentor, Cadence, > Synopsys, Aldec, NI, Altium, and Many Others. Networking on LinkedIn > can be a way to get technical questions answered. It can also be a way > to meet contacts with expertise in other domains of knowledge other > than your own. Additionally, many career enhancing contacts, and > mentors can potentially found especially if one is at a smaller > company that lacks the resources for extensive internal networking. > > http://www.cpldfpga.com > > https://sites.google.com/site/fpgacpldgroup/ > > (Tip - when first signing up on linkedin cut-paste from a resume)
you posted this info already on aug 27, i believe Antti
On Dec 30, 9:48=A0am, Antti <Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 30, 4:24=A0pm, cpld-fpga-asic <cpld.fpga.a...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > FPGA/CPLD Design Group on LinkedIn > > > Group for People Involved In the Design and Verification of FPGA's, > > other Programmable Logic , and CPLD's to Exchange Idea's and > > Techniques. You should have FPGA / CPLD Design / Verification on your > > Profile. (The focus is more on FPGA/CPLD in the product as opposed to > > FPGA's solely as a path to an ASIC) VHDL / Verilog / ABLE / SystemC > > and other HDL's as well. Vendors included: Xilinx, Altera, Actel, > > Lattice, Atmel, QuickLogic, Tabula, Silicon Blue, Mentor, Cadence, > > Synopsys, Aldec, NI, Altium, and Many Others. Networking on LinkedIn > > can be a way to get technical questions answered. It can also be a way > > to meet contacts with expertise in other domains of knowledge other > > than your own. Additionally, many career enhancing contacts, and > > mentors can potentially found especially if one is at a smaller > > company that lacks the resources for extensive internal networking. > > >http://www.cpldfpga.com > > >https://sites.google.com/site/fpgacpldgroup/ > > > (Tip - when first signing up on linkedin cut-paste from a resume) > > you posted this info already on aug 27, i believe > > Antti
I think that was in another group, not here... Rick
On Dec 31, 8:38=A0am, rickman <gnu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 30, 9:48=A0am, Antti <Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com> wrote: > > > > > On Dec 30, 4:24=A0pm, cpld-fpga-asic <cpld.fpga.a...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > FPGA/CPLD Design Group on LinkedIn > > > > Group for People Involved In the Design and Verification of FPGA's, > > > other Programmable Logic , and CPLD's to Exchange Idea's and > > > Techniques. You should have FPGA / CPLD Design / Verification on your > > > Profile. (The focus is more on FPGA/CPLD in the product as opposed to > > > FPGA's solely as a path to an ASIC) VHDL / Verilog / ABLE / SystemC > > > and other HDL's as well. Vendors included: Xilinx, Altera, Actel, > > > Lattice, Atmel, QuickLogic, Tabula, Silicon Blue, Mentor, Cadence, > > > Synopsys, Aldec, NI, Altium, and Many Others. Networking on LinkedIn > > > can be a way to get technical questions answered. It can also be a wa=
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> > > to meet contacts with expertise in other domains of knowledge other > > > than your own. Additionally, many career enhancing contacts, and > > > mentors can potentially found especially if one is at a smaller > > > company that lacks the resources for extensive internal networking. > > > >http://www.cpldfpga.com > > > >https://sites.google.com/site/fpgacpldgroup/ > > > > (Tip - when first signing up on linkedin cut-paste from a resume) > > > you posted this info already on aug 27, i believe > > > Antti > > I think that was in another group, not here... > > Rick
i think here too he is posting the same post on many newsgroups... Antti