Nikolay Poperechnyi

Nikolai edited this page Sep 8, 2018 · 1 revision

First of all, I have to note that I am new to hardware design but not new to Scala. Here is my experience after passing Learning Journey and reading Chisel tutorial: The journey was easy to read and follow. It greatly fulfills its goal — to be a quick introduction to the language. A few important things are missing and the advanced material is a little disorganised. I have found the following issues:

  • Examples-line-by-line is only accessible from Comparison-to-Verilog
  • RealGCD problem is not covered in the journey. I think it should be there with the description of DeqIO and DecoupledIO.
  • Memo — same for Mem.
  • <> operator is not introduced but used intensively. I found this as a good explanation.
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