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Friday Fun: TNG Team Facing Real Logic Design Issues

Comments(1)Filed under: Logic Design, chip design, The Next Generation, project management

If you've been following this series, first thank you!  But where the early episodes may have seemed to be about the fun and glamor of chip design, we start to show some real issues facing chip design projects. 

In episode 5, we have the verification and physical design teams beginning to complain to the design team about the quality and implementability of the design.

 

And in episode 6 we see how these issues are presented to management, in this case our heroine, Alice.

 

Happy Friday!

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By SC on March 27, 2009
Alice's facial expressions are priceless!  What an actress! ;)  Hopefully, these episodes are a setup for ensuing hilarity! (?).....

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