That puts ideas to rest. :) Thanks. No more questions from me.
Have a good day, guys
On 8/27/2014 1:05 PM, ron minnich wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 11:11 AM, <echelon(a)free.fr> wrote:
>> Hello Ron,
>> Could you be more speciffic about "what is not doable" today? (and why?)
>> Sorry to be annoying..
> You are not being annoying at all. And I wish I could say more. Let me
> just say that some of the hardware bugs I saw were very complex, and
> very subtle, and only observable on some very expensive logic
> analyzers. The resolution of them required a lot of help from the
> vendors. They took lots of time with lots of engineers and resolved
> down, typically, to very small changes.
> I was left feeling that the small outfits that used to do hardware in
> the early days (I mean the 70s and 80s) could never make it in this
> new world. It's very expensive and very hard. I realize some might see
> the raspberry pi is a counterpoint, but I don't think it really is,
> because the level of complexity of that system is so much less.