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UVM SystemVerilog Class Library Overview Video – Inspired by 1600 Cowbells in Action

Comments(0)Filed under: Functional Verification, Testbench simulation, Verification methodology , SoC, SystemVerilog, IES, verification, Incisive, uvm, testbench, simulation, coverage, universal verification methodology, YouTube, uvmworld.org, Incisive Enterprise Simulator, video, Axel Scherer, UVM training, test generation, UVC, UVM tutorial, verification tutorial, video tutorial, Stimulus, URM, cowbell, IEEE 1800

Just after releasing the original cowbell video series I found that Ben and Jerry's had discovered a great way to combine cowbells and charity.  In April of this year, they held an event for a new world record of over 1600 cowbells in action. It is a must see for the cowbell aficionado.




Coincidentally, this happened up north in Burlington, Vermont, which is the home of the University of Vermont. As the University has been using the acronym UVM much longer than us, a lot of confusion in Internet searches can occur.





For example if you google "UVM library" you end up with this. However, if you want to know more about key aspects relevant to UVM SystemVerilog library users, you want to check out our latest cowbell video.


Axel Scherer
Incisive Product Expert Team
Twitter, @axelscherer

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