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Verification Techtorial in San Jose next Tuesday 10/28

Comments(1)Filed under: Functional Verification, Verification methodology , OVM, metric driven verification (MDV), Open Verification Methodology, techtorial

Apologies for the shameless promotion, but I can't resist touting an event I'm producing next Tuesday: an "Advanced Verification Techtorial" on the Cadence San Jose campus.  Here is the detailed agenda:

If you are the Silicon Valley area next Tuesday (10/28), by all means sign-up and come by:

More on techtorials:
Recall that in Cadence-speak, a "techtorial" is a 1/2 and 1/2 mix of seminar-style technical training from an expert on the given topic, a lunch break, then an afternoon of hands-on workshops on Linux laptops loaded with labs on the topic(s) introduced in the morning so you can really get a feel for the material.  Here is a report from some techtorials given in SoCal this past summer to give you a visual:

And of course, I will photoblog the event for those of you living outside the area!


By verific_consultant on October 24, 2008
Hi Joe - this is really a good opportunity for people who wish to know about the methodology and the tools. Nothing wrong with the promotion! Great job. I hope to see more of these.

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