Those of you who attended SNUG in San Jose know that Cliff Cummings of Sunburst Design was a co-author on our award-winning paper on multi-stream scenarios in the VMM (honorable mention - technical committee award). Cliff (who won Best Paper at SNUG this year) has been a great friend and partner to myself and my colleagues here at Verilab. As part of our continuing collaborative efforts, I’m planning on sitting in on Cliff’s SystemVerilog course next week in Beaverton, OR.
Sunburst Design is offering Cool Verification promotional pricing of $2,200 for the 4-day Advanced SystemVerilog for Design & Verification Class or $1,650 for the 3-day Advanced SystemVerilog for Verification class.
To get this pricing, you must register at the web site:
Also, as a special thanks from me for signing up with such short notice, I’m offering to present a new seminar I’m working on as private webinar to the first two registrants using the promotional link above[*]. Here’s the abstract of that material (subject to change):
Choosing a SystemVerilog base class library can be a difficult task, as it is not always clear what features are critical to enhancing productivity. EDA vendors heavily market their solutions but are not able to provide an unbiased viewpoint on the differences between their solutions and others. In this one hour presentation, JL Gray from Verilab will review the major features of the VMM and OVM and describe which features should be given the utmost consideration during the selection process. He will then delve deeper into key topics.
Cliff is also offering special pricing for displaced engineers seeking this or other Sunburst Design training. For details please visit the web site:
If any of you are in the Portland area or can make it up there on short notice, I’d enjoy the opportunity to spend the week with you!
[*] Restrictions apply. Contact me for details.