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Another New Blog on e/Specman

Comments(1)Filed under: Functional Verification, OVMWorld, e, Specman, IEEE 1647

Specmaniacs rejoice: there is a new blog centered around verification with e/Specman by Sandeep Gor:

http://digitalverification.blogspot.com/

Team Specman, and we dare say Specmaniacs everywhere, welcome this new resource to the community!

Here are some other e/Specman-oriented sites we know of, and by all means please send us links to any sites that are missing from this list so we can promote them:

* The venerable Specman Yahoo group
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/specman/

* The IEEE 1647 Working Group
http://ieee1647.org

* The Cadence Functional Verification forums
http://www.cadence.com/community/forums/30.aspx

* Avidan Efody's "Specman Verification" site
http://www.specman-verification.com/index.php

* Yaron Ilani's "Think Verification" blog
http://www.thinkverification.com

* e verification by Shivayogi
http://e-verification.blogspot.com/

* OVM World Forums (for OVM e discussions)
http://ovmworld.org/forums/

* JL Gray's "Cool Verification" blog
http://www.coolverification.com


Happy coding!

Team Specman

Comments(1)

By Sandeep Gor on July 4, 2009
I am really thankful to the Team Specman for noticing my tiny efforts to spread Specman knowledge around the verification community.

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