In other news, I also write mysteries under the name Ray Daniel. My first mystery in the Tucker series of mysteries is named TERMINATED (Midnight Ink) and is the first book in a three book deal.
Tucker is an engineer who uses his debugging mindset to solve murders.
Thanks to David Amor for showing me edaplayground.com.
The site allows you to try out simulators. It should work with the examples from FPGA SIMULATION. I've put up the first example from The UVM Primer as a test.
I just thought I'd let you all know that I am now officially a published mystery writer. My new novel TERMINATED is part of a three-book deal with Midnight Ink. It features Tucker, an engineer who solves crimes (in this case his wife's murder.) You can learn more below. I hope you enjoy the book!
Ray Salemi (aka Ray Daniel)
If you are considering using the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) to implement the ideas in FPGA Simulation, you might like my new book: THE UVM PRIMER.
The book uses downloadable code examples that are explained on Youtube and a related discussion group to answer your questions.
I'm working on a new book and I'm trying to come up with an antonym to the word "concrete."
If coding in a "concrete" style creates programs that set and are harder to change over time, what would be a good word for writing programs that are easier to change over time. I'm currently going with "flexible"
Any better options?
You can see videos of the seven steps for FPGA Simulation at the Verification Academy.
Very cool site that teaches VHDL.
Remember that you can download all the FPGA code examples from this link:
FPGA Simulation Tip
Use what you know about VHDL to learn the basics of SystemVerilog.