My name is Chase and I'm currently a junior at the University of Washington in the Electrical Engineering program. I've wanted to start a blog off and on for several years and many different reasons but I finally got the gumption to do so now.
The purpose of this site will mainly be to document my own learning experience. Any time I work on projects relating to EE whether for school, or just for fun, I will probably write posts about it. Mostly as a learning opportunity and to learn from the wider community of the web if anyone decides to read what I have to say.
I don't pretend to be an expert, much of what I post will be amateur in nature and definitely have room for improvement, but that is what the site is for.
I am focusing on digital design here at school, so much of what I post will be about learning SystemVerilog, along with many projects related to FPGAs and rachitecture. I will also post about C or assembly programming periodically.
I currently own a Basys 3 FPGA dev board from Digilent, so for the time being most of my projects will be done in Vivado Design using SystemVerilog. I am looking at getting a Nexys Video as well, to give myself more room and better video output capabilities. I have no attachment to Digilent but this summer when I was looking for an FPGA board to play with and learn on, they had a great student discount and pretty good documentation, which couldn't be said about much of their competition.
Anyways, to anyone who made it this far, I commend you, and I hope that I post something you find interesting. Any and all feedback is welcome, I will be leaving comments on for now as well.