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I have been studying up on Verilog and it tastes like chicken!  (By that is it pretty much looks like C)  I was wondering if there are any Universities or Colleges that teach it as their first high level language of EE?  It seems like it would get them started with a focus on the hardware.  Of course the CS department can still use Java or whatever language they have moved on to.

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GIL's picture

Hi Dave, as you know, in Europe is more used VHDL (similar but not same). I've rumors that in fact, VHDL is under Verilog in our micros (true?).
There are several universities in Spain (UAM, UPM, i.e.) that they teach these kind of language from 2nd quarter (more or less) in the second-third year. Focused mainly to use with FPGA (mainly Xilinx)

kmmankad's picture

Yes,its kinda the first thing after C,and SPICE that we learn here in India.

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