Blog Weekly Giveaway & Next Week’s Zybo Valentine’s Giveaway

Now that we’re back for the new year, it’s time to announce our blog giveaway winner for the LabVIEW Home Bundle!

The winner is…

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Inderpreet Singh! Congratulations, Inderpreet, and thank you to everyone else who commented and discussed posts with us.

To learn more about our weekly giveaways, see this post. We have made a couple of changes recently. Next week’s giveaway┬áwill be a Zybo! The Zybo was the winner of the FPGA poll Holly did, one of the most eligible bachelors in Miranda’s FPGA Dating Profiles, and an all-around good Valentine. Join us in talking about the various posts on the blog. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram (and track the #WinMe tag) for more content.

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About Amber Mear

I was the Digilent blog editor, and now I'm a contributor. I love learning about wearables and writing about social issues in STEM. Outside of work, I can be found watching Netflix with my cat, working on an art project, or trying to find new, delicious local foods.

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16 Comments on “Blog Weekly Giveaway & Next Week’s Zybo Valentine’s Giveaway”

  1. This looks like a wonderful way to learn about SOC and has enough power to be useful in a number of applications. I love all of the built in interface options!

  2. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of your boards. My current board is woefully small with almost no peripherals. Fingers crossed, so I can try my hand at some exciting projects.

      1. Right now I’m interested in the network stack. Making a project available on the internet or getting a project to collect data from an external site as one of its inputs sends my mind racing.

  3. Oh hey, that’s Bobby! I’m taking Digital Systems Engineering with him right now. I couldn’t afford a Zybo so fingers crossed I’ll win one here. Really cool you guys are doing this!

  4. A Zybo would make a great companion to my Arty. I have been playing around with Microblaze-based designs on the Arty for the last month or so, but a Zynq – as opposed to a softcore CPU – would free up some valuable FPGA resources. Some of my designs are starting to push against the roof of the Artix-7 35T ­čÖé

  5. The Zynq SoC greatly simplifies a Data Acquisition System design task. The SoC reduces the number of components, overall power consumption and board size.

  6. New to the creative side of electronics. Want to learn all that I can while trying to fit in with school and work. Ordering my first bit of experimental parts to begin my adventure soon.

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