On October 18, 2012 Google, NVIDIA, Microsoft, Autodesk, Cadence and Wolfram announced their collaboration with Udacity. Working with Udacity, each of the companies listed above is developing new massive open online courses (MOOCs).

The Cadence contribution is CS348 Functional Hardware Verification.

http://blog.udacity.com/2013/02/its-coming-functional-hardware.html

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