A developer's guide
to programmable hardware
There is a well-known axiom that software is easy, but hardware is hard.
This reflects the fact that creating new hardware requires multiple operations, all of which impact oneach other.
Programmable hardware helps to bridge this gap and offers developers
a chance to create their own hardware projects.
In this eBook, we explore what makes hardware so hard.
We look at the different types of programmable hardware and thedifferent languages for programming these.
We finish with some practical advice
and simple examples for you to try.
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