Olivier Coudert on September 20th, 2014

Writing code is not simply about putting language constructs together. It’s about architecture, complexity analysis, tradeoffs, testing, measuring performances, etc. And it’s about making sure that developers (other people as well as the original author) can later read and understand that code, for bug fixing or enhancement. This is where comments come into play (not […]

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Olivier Coudert on January 31st, 2014

I started 2013 very upbeat about EDA in the cloud. I pictured EDA very slowly moving to a SaaS business, using public clouds as a scalable infrastructure to adjust to the irregular computing resource requirements throughout the lifetime of a complex system design. I knew it would take years, but I felt that the moment […]

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