When I worked for Hughes Aircraft they considered themselves to be the City of High Technology because they employed something like 30,000 people in El Segundo, CA. Amazing. Anyway, I’ve been working on a board design which is to work with an FPGA board and we powered it up today. The circuits we’ve looked at are working so far, but I misnamed a net on an address line which goes to a psuedo-static RAM (PSRAM). Fortunately, it can be re-configured in the FPGA, however a the PROM-JET header needed a wire-fix. Argh! I expect my designs to be perfect, first time. So, dumb mistakes like this drive me bonkers. It won’t prevent us from using and shipping the boards.