Recommended Articles – April 2022

After a 4 years pause, Jason Yu, from Intel, wrote a new article on his website Verilog Pro. It is more of a tutorial, about the always block from Verilog/SystemVerilog. I like his writing style and it worth reading. As he puts it in words: ” I have a new goal to create a series of articles to help new engineers transition from “textbook knowledge” to real world knowledge needed to become a digital design engineer“.

Extending a method in e-language is straightforward due to the following constructs: is also, is first, is only. But in certain situations things get a bit unclear. Cristian Slav, posted on his blog an article about how does the return statement work when dealing with method extensions.

A new entry on our list: Michael Green has a blog about verification. My colleagues have spotted this article about the history of constrained random verification and why do we do it in this way. It is a nice introduction for someone who is in the learning stages of verification methodologies.

In AMIQ Resources page you can find the contents of AMIQ’s bookshelf, conference papers, various cheatsheets, recommended articles, and the blogs we periodically scan for recommended articles.


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