I've used IDE's for software development for over 20 years. When I started doing design verification, the first thing I did was search for an IDE for SystemVerilog, and I quickly came upon the DVT Eclipse IDE. It has become an indispensable tool for creating and navigating complex testbench environments. I rarely use anything else to view and edit SystemVerilog code anymore. Through the entire time I've been a user of DVT, AMIQ's first-class level of support has been above and beyond my expectations. Thanks AMIQ!
Just the speed that I can run through code, develop/debug is worth tremendously. I'm pretty sure that the efficiency gained through using the DVT Eclipse IDE, is the greatest contributor to me being seen as a valuable verification engineer. I'd simply be lost in a jungle of code without it.
The DVT Eclipse IDE makes you efficient and less error prone. It keeps track of every step you make and alerts you instantly. This way your work is always clean. No need for grep, find, and other such operations. DVT provides hyperlinks, auto-complete, references, and much more smarter options to give you better and relevant results. And this is just the tip of the iceberg. Even after 10 years of working with DVT I still find new features which make my work (and life) easier.
Many of us would actually struggle to maintain our levels of productivity without the DVT Eclipse IDE. It is our fundamental tool for verification development.
Nordic Semiconductor has been using the DVT Eclipse IDE since 2008 and it has improved our SystemVerilog design experience significantly. The support is excellent.
My team is definitely using DVT Eclipse and we LOVE it!!! Keep up the great work!!
The DVT Eclipse IDE is a fantastic tool and you'd be nuts not to want it. Thanks AMIQ for helping to bring SystemVerilog development into the 21st century.