What's up with all the missing links for formerly-available FPGA University content? Such as the link to the course "Become an FPGA Designer in 4 hours"? I reference this in a Workshop that I am developing in a grad school class at my University but it appears to have gone missing. And the paper is due for the end of the semester. Among the missing are:
Thank you for your feedback on the broken links.
@Lawrence_L_Intel Can you please help look into this? They are indeed broken. OR should we go ahead and report this to web team? Let me know.
I got the feedback from the webteam that there was an issue with some of the links on Intel.com, last Friday that should be fixed by now. I have tried to reassess those links and they have now worked for me.
Can you please clear your browser cache data and try clicking on those links again?
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On your question about looking for a contact to discuss FPGA issue, may I know what kind of issues are you facing?
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Good afternoon Hazlina. I just checked the links and they appear to be working now. Except that links underneath them to download tools ae now dead links. Thanks.
As for my question about FPGA University, how can I talk to a human in the program office? The automated system rejects me because I say I'm a graduate student. I'm the coach for the University's IEEE Robotics team and the members are clamoring for FPGA workshops.
I run university outreach for the FPGA group at Intel - feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com for workshops and questions about training. Cheers Larry