Aleksey Sushanov

For years I used DVT IDE for Eclipse for Specman/e Language and SV-UVM projects and some months ago I found VSCode with DVT IDE extension and loved it (in pair with SSH Remote). As for me, nowadays DVT IDE is the most advanced tool for System Verilog and Verification needs to be used with VSCode. Some features might be slightly overweight or complex to setup, but even without doing this it adds productivity while working with design or test bench.