Presented at DVCon US 2016, Mar 2016, San Jose, CA

How often should you launch your test suites in order to find bugs fast at little cost? What is the optimal launch schedule? This presentation will show you the math behind it and some real world examples.

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Presented at Microprocessor and SoC Test and Verification (MTV 2015), Dec 2015, Austin Texas.

Several EDA tools automate the debug process or part of the debug process. The result is less manual work and bugs are fixed faster. However, the actual process of fixing the bugs and committing the fixes to the revision control system is still a manual process. In this presentation we explore how to automate that last step: automate bug fixing.

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Presented at DVCon Feb 2015, San Jose, CA

A popular approach to regression testing is to run as often as possible and blame everyone who has made a commit since the last the last time the tests passed. This idea is flawed.

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Presented at the Microprocessor Test and Verification Conference (MTVCon13)

In this presentation "Measuring the gain of automatic debug" we measure what automatic debug (PinDown) brought to an ASIC project. The answer is 400% faster bug fixing and 5x less discussions prior to each bug fix.

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