Big changes are coming!


Some of you will know that I ran some polls on the site over the last couple of months. Well I checked out the results and accordingly there will be some big changes on the site, the first of which is that I’ve moved to WordPress and given the site a “fresh” new look.

Thanks to all the people who responded to the polls, your input was very very appreciated! Here are the changes:

  • Comments will be enabled so now if you have something to say, you can let everyone know!
  • I’m going to write up tutorials for version 13.1 so if you’re not there yet, you should get updated.
  • More tutorials for EDK (which will be known as XPS from now on).
  • Tutorials for ISE.
  • Tutorials for Core generator.
  • Tutorials for Chipscope.
  • Tutorials for FPGA editor.
  • Tutorials for PlanAhead.

I don’t get paid to write these tutorials and I’m totally against filling this site with ads, so I’ve decided to offer my professional services to any companies who come across the site, so please support me by linking to the site and telling your friends about the great tutorials we have here! ;)

Jeff holds a bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Sydney, and has more than a decade of experience in electronic and FPGA design. He has worked for design houses in Australia and Canada developing electronic products for a wide range of industries and markets. Jeff now works as an electronic design consultant and offers electronic and FPGA design services through his company Opsero.

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4 Comments


  1. Hi Jeff,

    I just want to express how grateful I am that you created this website. Without this I would not have been able to carry out my diploma work. It is really hard to find detailed descriptions/guides/tutorials regarding SoC on FPGA on the internet.
    Once again keep up the good work.

    Best regards,
    Alexander Balazs
    Edinburgh Napier University


  2. Thanks for the support! I’m always glad to know that people benefit from what I write.


  3. These are extremely good tutorials Jeff, really.
    Keep going on!

    Regards,
    Ignas Asmontas
    Kaunas University of Technology


  4. Hello can you please send me the link for your poll.

    I would like to visit it since I am relatively new to FPGA and want to learn more through your articles and blogs.

    Chonbuk National University korea