I have a BS in Computer Science from the University of Washington, and also an MS from the same university. My interest has turned more to electrical engineering, and I have come up with a concept for a hardware sorting machine that I'd like to investigate long enough to determine if it would be useful in the industry. I bought a book on VHDL, and I think it gave me enough information to code my sorting tool. Can the Intel Quartus tool help me with such a VHDL specification?
You can refer the below Product -catalog & Quartus software brochure(Check for VHDL),
For more details about Intel Quartus prime software, please refer the link below,
I'd also point you to the training course catalog:
There are lots of free online trainings to help you get started with coding and using Intel FPGAs and the Quartus Prime software.
Vicky posted, "For more details about Intel Quartus prime software, please refer the link below, / https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/software/programmable/quartus-prime/overview.html".
The Overview section at that link said, "The revolutionary Intel® Quartus® Prime Design Software includes everything you need to design for Intel® FPGAs, SoCs, and complex programmable logic device (CPLD) from design entry and synthesis to optimization, verification, and simulation." What's the difference between an FPGA, a SoC, and a complex programmable logic device?