08-02-2020 01:07 AM
5 years since the last journal, 2 years since the last blog entry, and the relevant people all seem to be gone.
Is there any way to get user-submitted articles to the Xilinx website? Failing this, any suggestions for other journals which will take FPGA-related design process articles?
08-02-2020 06:37 AM
i would say they just realized the editorial cost is higher than the advertising benefits it brings back.
Maybe in the 80s where the FPGA applications were a niche, it made sense to showcase what they can do, but today I think anyone showcases their own creations and teens prefer the hackster.io tutorials.
There is a plethora of journals on AI, DSP, math, etc. with papers on their subjects using FPGAs. My opinion on these journals is they are not the invaluable source of data they used to be up to the 80s but here we are...
08-03-2020 01:17 AM
Yes, there is no more XCELL journal or blog.
However, if you are looking for blogs there are still some active ones one the forums (with Xilinx content):
And if you are looking for community project (user-submitted articles) you might want to look at hackster.io