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JBYOB (Just Bring Your Own Browser): Interactive Labs on Udacity CS348 Functional Hardware Verification – No Installation Required

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, IEEE 1647, MOOC, Udacity, CS348, Course, on-line, interactive labs, online course, Scherer

On February 19, we announced the launch date for our Udacity MOOCs course: CS348 Functional Hardware Verification, which will launch in exactly one week from now on March 12, 2013.

When we communicated the launch date, we also released the first clip of the first unit.

Now we want to give you a glimpse of one the coolest features of this course: Interactive labs executing in the web browser.

The best way to describe it is to give you a short demo that shows you how this works, even before you can try it out yourself.

The first time I saw this it totally blew my mind. No installation, no setup of labs, everything is fully sandboxed!

Just enroll here, and when the course is live log into the course on a web browser, and you are ready to go. It's simply amazing!

Get ready to code!

Axel Scherer
Incisive Product Expert Team
Twitter, @axelscherer


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