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Blogs: What interests you? What do you want to read about?

Comments(0)Filed under: Plan and metrics management, Design and verification IP modeling, Formal analysis, Logic synthesis, Constraint design & validation, Equivalence checking, Low power , Logic Design, Physical timing closure, power estimation, CDNLive, ECO automation

With the new blogging opportunities at Cadence, is there anything you'd like to read more about for frontend design? Stuff like: Early chip-planning/prototyping, synthesis (including physical-synthesis), formal verication, DFT, frontend methodologies, etc.

My hope is for the blog topics to be informative, practical, and most importantly, user-driven.

Feel free to ping me (or reply with a comment) if something interests you so I can keep it in mind while creating posts inspired by customer and other experiences. (I'll give you credit too if it gets posted, if you'd like :) )

Thanks,

Kenneth

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