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Chapter 1:   Architectural Design and Prototype
Chapter 2:   Micro-architecture Design
Chapter 3:   Design Verification
Chapter 4:   Integration and Synthesis
Chapter 5:   Physical Design
Chapter 6:   Tape-out and Silicon Debug

In Interview Question section, we start with computer architecture; where the bandwidth, latency, area and power requirements are defined. Following that, we cover digital design and verification techniques and considerations, and how these two components interact with each other.

Integration and synthesis mark the starting point of implementation flow, and they are followed by physical design and timing verification. Various physical and timing constraints will be covered, along with possible iterations inside the implementation flow. We also discuss how design and micro-architecture can help to meet those constraints.

Finally, we close the flow at tape-out and silicon debug.

Chipress Academy Learning Flow
Learning Roadmap for Digital Design and Verification Engineers