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I learned everything before 'one hot' and 'verilog', since we just build HDL's on top of them, I should get learning how to write in HDL then, is this where I need to learn how to solder? I've always thought that the digital logic was, well, only for computer stuff and has to be done on the computer only (we used Logisim) and didn't know that you can go physical with it with the HDL thing.
>glitches (effects, causes and mitigations)
I don't think I learned this one, unless you mean that one obscure chapter going over error detector/corrector which I realized I skipped over.
>continuing education means looking at other people's designs and understanding the decisions that went into the design as the designer was working on it
This sounds interesting, I should pick yours off a library, thank you anon.

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