From: Chris Cheng (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2000 - 17:10:09 PST
given the current high tech economy, in between...
smart engineers in big tech giants seeing their stocks going double or
triple every year....
hot shorts engineers in companies just went ipo and "vesting" themselves
poor starving engineers working in their garage trying to hit it big....
is there any good people left running around out there doing seminars
and teaching people ? :-)
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Laurence Michaels
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2000 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Training Suggestions Wanted
"Mayer, Mike" wrote:
[snip request for training info]
> Since I'm spending a large part of my time actually using the tools, I
> will need to take advantage of available seminars. However, although I
> have been successful in finding seminars for the general SI concepts
> (like Howard Johnson's), I haven't found any that cover some of the
> modeling issues. Has anyone seen a seminar on something like "I/O
> buffer modeling with SPICE and IBIS"?
I'm not sure about location/availability, but I think trilogic.com used
to offer a more specific "I/O buffer modeling with Quad/XTK" class.
It was OK. I'd love to have a seminar to point some of the
semiconductor vendors at, that slanted towards how to reveal the useful
information that SI simulation and engineering requires, without giving
up whatever that company considers "proprietary".
Quad (aka Viewlogic) has some pointers on their site, and
offers consulting and training help.
I'm sure the other tool vendors have similar pointers. Finding
inexpensive, but still good, training seminars seems to be an art
I haven't mastered yet. Better, cheaper, faster, choose any two.
-- Laurence Michaels New plural of the day: mongoose => polygoose.
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