Friday, September 08, 2006

A Good Chip News Site

Geek.com's ChipGeek page is a good source of semiconductor news items. The analysis and commentary by the editor adds helpful "color" to the pure news. If you dive down into the readers' comments, they range from wonderfully instructive to embarassingly sophomoric.

By the way, the EDA blogs I follow seem awful quiet! Are people burned out after DAC? Or is summer over and it's time to get back to work?

But, on the professional blogging front, a shout out to Gabe Moretti, who is editor at EDA DesignLine, a new web site of the CMP tech publishing empire.

3 comments:

John said...

Hey John!

A mutual friend of ours pointed me to this blog. I've been lurking on and off for awhile, never commented - sorry.

It does seem quieter since DAC. But I would go so far to say that I think the EDA world could use more blog activity in general, on a wider variety of design areas. The one closest to my heart is DFT (watch out! Here comes the shameless plug for DFT Digest). But I've also done a significant amount of verification, and also found "Cool Verification" when looking around for EDA-type blogs.

Anyway, keep up the good work! And forgive me for the tacky plug... ;-)

Sandeep said...

Alpha's, wicked customers ;) and more.. Burning the midnight oil in a manner of speaking

John said...

Hmmm... very cryptic. Translation?