Who Am I?
I am a CPU verification engineer who has been working on CPU and VLSI
verification since 1994. I am not one who is content with the common
technique of brute force verification (manually twiddling bits and
checking off items on your testlist), which is one of the reasons I've
stuck in the industry for so long. You can find more about me at
Here is a short log of some successes or things I have learned in
the industry as I get a chance to type them up (and where not
limited by an NDA, as I usually am).
- Formal Blocks
How I used formal verification to prove two CPU blocks as completely
bug free completely pre-silicon
- Fullchip Verification of a New Architecture
How I single-handedly tackled fullchip verification of a complex
and original VLIW architecture
- Random Number Generators
An early story where I learned about the failures of random number generators.
I have two decades of success stories like this - if you'd like to be
one of them, then consider hiring me!