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Advice For Aspiring ASIC Designers

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Digital-L0gik

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Hello everyone! I am a recent college graduate working as a level 1 digital asic designer. ASIC design is challenging and can be intimidating to the young like myself. With that in mind, I am requesting advice and suggestions about how to be successful in this line of work. Thanks for helping!
 

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/bump.....

No one has anything to say in this regard ?
 

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The more you do real time designs/chips..more u learn...
 

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also you should pay more attention to the Verification Methodology!
 

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my friend, why only on verification methodology :?:
 

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Thanks for responding. You are right, the only they way to get good at design is to do design. Verification is increasingly important and from what I can tell verification engineers are in demand.
 

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