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I had entered my side channel analysis project called ChipWhisperer into the Hackaday Prize. I'm honoured to have been selected as one of five finalists! This means lots more work getting everything ready, but should be exciting.

Since my last post, I've also published a few more columns in Circuit Cellar. If you aren't familiar with my Programmable Logic in Practice column, I post some details of it on my dedicated website. I just posted a video for the Dec 2014 column which includes some experiments with metastability on the Xilinx FPGA. Fun times!

Finally I posted a quick review of the DP832 power supply. I actually did this a while back, but never made a front-page post.
Since 2001 I've used NewAE.com as my personal domain. I've decided to instead move my personal content (blog, various wiki articles, etc) to ColinOFlynn.com. Any old links to NewAE.com will work by simply replacing 'newae.com' with 'colinoflynn.com', as I've mirrored all (I think) the content.

In the mean-time there will be a redirection page to inform you that NewAE.com will contain mostly some products I'm involved with, and instead you should head to ColinOFlynn.com for the old content.
I've completed an extensive review of the PicoScope 5000/6000 units. All the posts are up on my blog, but you can also check out the YouTube Playlist with 20 short videos showing my reviews, tips, etc.

I've tried to cover a lot of material that I was asking myself, and also show you some interesting features such as Equivalent Time Sampling. Hope you enjoy it! If you want direct links jump to the PicoScope 5000 review or PicoScope 6000 review.

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I'll now be writing a column coming out every two months in Circuit Cellar about FPGAs. The first issue is now available online with a subscription (www.gotomycc.com) & should also be getting physically to subscribers soon.

Part of this will see another site at http://programmablelogicinpractice.com/(external link) with 'extra information' alongside each issue. My first issue deals with using the Integrated Logic Analyzer (ILA) tools available from most vendors.
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