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  1. Hi everyone, I just ordered my first Papillio FPGA ! I am continuing a (huge) project that I started based on the Cyclone V GX starter kit from Terassic. I had a hard time finding documentation and support online and decided to move to Papillio. As a Computer Science Engineering student at EPFL (Switzerland), I have had numerous courses that cover various aspects of computer science/engineering. All those courses felt separated. I decided that I wanted to "fill the gaps" in my knowledge of computers. The ultimate goal is to create a tutorial / source code where one can learn practical computer engineering (I'll include links to good theory books/tutorials/articles). I want to cover the following aspects of computer science: - How the hardware works. (Simple multi/cycle multi-core CPU, no caches), VGA, Serial, keyboard, other peripherals (leds ect). - How assembly works - How a compiler works, C-like language design - How a kernel works - How to internet works, either using a computer as proxy (through UART) or if I can find an opensource Ethernet implementation directly from the FPGA. - Writing a simple web-server - Writing some basic javascript The idea is to have for each section: - Some background information - Links to deper / more complex issues (eg: caches, complex theory) - A guided practical "let's do it" I think this covers most of what one needs to know (if you add calculus ) to become a computer scientist. If anyone is interested in the project, I'd be more than happy to do work together ! I currently have: - An assembler / begining of compiler written in F# (I target mono) giving the oportunity to learn functional programming. - - Some VHDL for my CPU. You can find me online: