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SKILL ,Custom IC Design

  • SKILL for the Skilled: Rule of English Translation

    An obvious criticism of my previous post SKILL for the Skilled: Making Programs Clear and Concise is that clarity is subjective. What is clear to one person may be confusing to someone else, especially to someone who is accustomed to doing things the hard way. I'd also suggest the converse is also...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Mon, Dec 6 2010
  • SKILL for the Skilled: Making Programs Clear and Concise

    The SKILL programming language augments Cadence core tool functionality for Virtuoso and Allegro customers. It is also an important development tool for internal Cadence services organizations as well as Cadence product development groups. We see the value, power, flexibility, and elegance of the language...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by Team SKILL on Mon, Nov 8 2010
  • Video Demo: Your Maiden Voyage Across OCEAN

    I still remember my first encounter with OCEAN. It was 2002 and my co-worker had asked me to run a simple test for him. I sat in my cube, ruffling through our user guides, trying to quickly learn just enough to do the task at hand. The story ended happily, but I sure would have saved some time and frustration...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by AMSamirj on Mon, Mar 29 2010
  • The Value of Virtuoso as an Ecosystem

    An ecosystem as defined by Webster's is a "system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their environment". This describes perfectly the methodologies so common for analog and custom IC design. Unable to strictly rely on automation or synthesis, the custom design flow...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Weblog) by NewYorkSteve on Thu, Mar 5 2009
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