Our Mission: To grow a community of hardware coders where we can connect, discuss, learn, and help each other.
Have you ever asked yourself:
- "How do I solve this specific problem?"
- "What is the right syntax to use in VHDL?"
- "How do I do xyz in Verilog?"
- "What's the best design practice to use in my situation?"
- "How do I fix the problem I'm seeing in simulation?"
You've come to the right place.
We know what it's like to work through the many problems, roadblocks, and challenges when designing digital circuits in hardware with programming languages.
Our goal is to develop this community so that you have a one stop shop to get the answers that you need quickly, so that you can get back to working on solving your problem and getting the design done.
We've been doing this for many years, so we know what works and we know what doesn't work. Become a part of this community so that we can help you and so that you can help others.
"I've been coding for over 15 years now and I still remember how hard it was when first starting out. You end up having more and more questions and it would of been so nice to have a place where the same questions and answers that everyone has were captured and easy to read through. Hardware Coder is that place."
"I joined Hardware Coder to help people get through the horrendous learning curve. I've been doing this for a few decades now and have the grey hairs to show for it (hahaha). We need more new folks working on these types of problems, so I want to help them get better."
"The biggest challenge in this game is getting immediate feedback on your specific problem. Before, you could spend lots of time going through books on coding languages, browsing lots of forums, etc and still not find the answer. That time spent adds up and causes you to miss deadlines. This website solves that problem by making it easy to find answers."
"I really enjoy the challenge of digital design. VHDL is a very powerful language that once you get up the learning curve, allows you to greatly scale your designs. It's been a lot of fun in my career so far and I'm looking forward to future projects. I also like helping out people that are learning as much as I can."
"I've been coding digital design for many years now and still find it a lot of fun. This is a great community where I've gotten to connect with a lot of people. You never know who you may work with down the road that you met here. It's such a cool site."