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In the EU next week for "ClubT" verification events

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Verification IP modeling, Plan and metrics management, Testbench simulation, Verification methodology , Enterprise Manager, OVM, eRM, CDV, Coverage-Driven Verification, SystemVerilog, ISX (Incisive Software Extensions), metric driven verification (MDV), coverage driven verification (CDV), Open Verification Methodology, ISX, verification strategy, IES, System Verification, Multi-domain verification: HW/SW co-verification, multi-language, OVM 2.0I'll be in the EU next week supporting "ClubT" events focused on advanced verification, with previews of new developments in the "Trailblazer" program. If you are based in the EU and are active in verification in any way, chances are you have already received a direct invitation to one of these events from our EU team.

In case these events are news to you (and/or the invite email has been buried by new messages in your InBox) allow me to stress that all are welcome -- here are the links to the agendas and registration forms for next week's meetings: FYI, in early October other Trailblazers will be supporting two additional "ClubTs" in the EU: As with CDNLive San Jose (Day 0, 1, 2, 3), and the Incisive techtorial in SoCal that I supported this past July, I'll try to photoblog as much as practical, so stay tuned to my RSS feed ...

FAQs:
Q: What does the "T" in "ClubT" mean?
A: The "T" stands for the "Trailblazer" program.

Q: What's is this "Trailblazer" program about?
A: You are going to have to come to an event to find out ...

P.S. To my new found photoblog fans:
Given the many planes, trains, and automobiles I need to take, I've made the tough call to leave my SLR kit behind, and instead just go with my trusty Canon SD550 ‘point & shoot’. Hence, the some of the images might not have the same "punch" since the telephoto on the SD550 just can't compare to the SLR's 200mm zoom. Frustrating; but such is life!

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