Dan Gisselquist is creating FPGA tools
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Hello!  My name is Dan Gisselquist, and I'm one of the leading Christian FPGA technical blogger's out there.  Specifically, I've been blogging about how to build and debug FPGA designs.  These posts started out based upon my own work building the ZipCPU, but they've broadened out to include open source formal verification and DSP processing.  My specific and stated goal is to show FPGA design engineers how to avoid what I call FPGA Hell.  You can see the various topics the blog has covered so far at the main page, as well as link to the road map for where I'd like to take the blog in the future.

Getting the examples to be both simple and accurate, though, takes a lot of work.  It can take 2-4 weeks to put a complex post together.  As a result, the blog will probably not be high volume.  My original intent was to accumulate a large wealth of FPGA knowledge on the blog.  At this time, I think I've done that--but I'm not done yet!  There's a lot more still to go.

So if this is the sort of thing you are interested in, please support my work!
Tiers
Aspiring Young Engineer's
$5 or more per month
For this support, I'll let you have a vote in what topics I should print next--allowing you to help me guide where the blog is going
Open Source Contributor
$20 or more per month
  • Vote on future open source projects I might work on
  • Plus a two votes regarding where the blog should go next
Needy Student
$50 or more per month
Get Individual counseling, via e-mail or IRC, and help on how to get out of FPGA Hell if you ever find yourself stuck in it
Hello!  My name is Dan Gisselquist, and I'm one of the leading Christian FPGA technical blogger's out there.  Specifically, I've been blogging about how to build and debug FPGA designs.  These posts started out based upon my own work building the ZipCPU, but they've broadened out to include open source formal verification and DSP processing.  My specific and stated goal is to show FPGA design engineers how to avoid what I call FPGA Hell.  You can see the various topics the blog has covered so far at the main page, as well as link to the road map for where I'd like to take the blog in the future.

Getting the examples to be both simple and accurate, though, takes a lot of work.  It can take 2-4 weeks to put a complex post together.  As a result, the blog will probably not be high volume.  My original intent was to accumulate a large wealth of FPGA knowledge on the blog.  At this time, I think I've done that--but I'm not done yet!  There's a lot more still to go.

So if this is the sort of thing you are interested in, please support my work!

Recent posts by Dan Gisselquist

Tiers
Aspiring Young Engineer's
$5 or more per month
For this support, I'll let you have a vote in what topics I should print next--allowing you to help me guide where the blog is going
Open Source Contributor
$20 or more per month
  • Vote on future open source projects I might work on
  • Plus a two votes regarding where the blog should go next
Needy Student
$50 or more per month
Get Individual counseling, via e-mail or IRC, and help on how to get out of FPGA Hell if you ever find yourself stuck in it