New York, NYUSA 10002
September 11, 2012
FPGAs are the ultimate hacker's dream. There are incredible resources available in the hardware, with clunky tools that hide most of them... Yum!
I spend a lot of time with the Xilinx FPGA editor and fpgasm, messing around with wiring and configuration settings. I've made an Apple ][ clone, a VGA display in 10 slices, and many other useless things
High school dropout, hacker, programmer, CEO, floor sweeper.
I am curious if anyone else is interested in alternatives to current HDLs, low-level details of FPGAs, manual layout and wiring techniques.
Greetings. I enjoy FPGA hacking and building tools (fpgasm - FPGA Assembler - on github) .