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Altera’s free online technical training courses

Posted on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 in CPLD, FPGA, site by the machinegeek

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Altera is making available a group of free online technical training courses covering the various aspects of FPGA design. Topics include the basics of programmable logic design, Verilog and VHDL basics, as well as introductory and advanced courses on the Quartus II IDE.

You can check out the course listings at the Altera online training resources page.

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3 Responses to “Altera’s free online technical training courses”

  1. Drone says:

    AFAIK these courses are NOT “free”. You have to give up a slew of personal information and (essentially) agree to be spammed by Altera (and probably others) for the rest of your life in order to access these courses.

  2. sara says:

    Thanks so much for the making FPGA design available. i was exactly looking for the same.

  3. kumar says:

    Appreciating to you for providing online technical courses like FPGA design to the learners. Now way days most of the students would like to learn any technical courses through online whereas saving of time .

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