Monthly Archives: May 2015

Udemy Learning and FPGA Development

I recently signed up with Udemy which claims to be the world’s largest destination for on-line courses. A rather tall order and time will tell. However they do have a huge selection of courses available covering everything from programming to break dancing!! Some of courses are rather expensive but they regularly offer special promotional rates on a lot of these courses that does make them more attractive.


I have just completed my first course a course created by a reader of this blog by the name of Jordan Christman. Jordan’s course entitled “VHDL and FPGA Development for Beginners and Intermediates” is an excellent introduction to VHDL and FPGA development. Jordan introduces the basics of FPGAs and VHDL before moving onto the development tools used and then takes a hands on approach developing, simulating and running simple designs on target hardware platforms. I can thoroughly recommended this course to anyone wanting to get into FPGA development. Well done Jordan.