ASIC Bootcamp for VLSI Engineer: STA Basic Concepts
What you'll learn
- Well establish solid knowledge basis for Static Timing Analysis
- Gain ~ 2 years of industry experience
- Never fear again about STA interview questions
Hello dear fellow VLSI Engineers,
> If you are new to Static Timing Analysis and often feel:
No systematic way to learn, learn it little by little can be slow and frustrating
Difficult to grab the most important piece of knowledge that will help you in your interview/work
Don’t know the reason behind the methodology
You have come to the right place, after completing this course, no more "surprises" in your daily job!
> New edits in year 2019:
We have collected a lot feedback from previous course comments. There are 3 major improvement we made this time:
No more distracting ambient/background music;
Fully custom transcription in sync with the narrator content;
Recorded narrator voice with TTS technology (we have to seek for this resort due to our limited bandwidth/budget). But it is much more easy to understand now.
Make the course more practical emphasized along with the essential theoretical background. We have introduced a lot new examples and 28 special topics right after each knowledge point.
> If you are actively looking for a new job, you may also want to watch for the course in planning: (will be coming online in a short time)
ASIC Bootcamp for VLSI Students: Cracking the Physical Design Interview
Who this course is for:
- - Active Job Seekers
- - New Graduate Student
- - Anyone who want to combing your STA knowledge
After getting my VLSI master degree I went into this rapid-changing industry full of confidence that I will be good at whatever task they throw to me. However the reality knocks me cleanly: the gap between what I've learn from school and what they expect is larger than I thought.
Learning new things without a systematic knowledge basis can be a pain to many of us, it's just like lost in the middle of a desert. Hence, I've made up my mind to sort out all the misleading concepts I have learnt in the hard way to make others' life much easier.