Chip Hack aims to provide a gentle introduction to FPGA programming using the Verilog hardware description language (HDL) and is:
No prior experience with HDLs and FPGA workflows is assumed, but some programming experience and an understanding of basic digital electronics is required.
Anyone can organise a Chip Hack event and this is encouraged. However, the organising team will need to have some Verilog/FPGA experience.
The materials and supporting workshop notes were originally developed for an event that was held over the weekend of 20-21st April 2013, at the Centre for Creative Collaboration in London (UK), and as part of Hardware Freedom Day.
Note that these are under active development and at present may not be entirely suitable for unsupported use.