Preparing for an ECE interview is a challenging topic. Our field is so broad and deep that we don’t have a reliable canned preparation method like CS folks do with Leetcode. When I think of how to formalize the ECE interview approach, I fear that it will be full of so many generalities that it will lack utility. Still, I’ve been through the interview ringer a number of times and more recently, I’ve found myself on the other side of the table doing the interviewing. I learned a lot about interviewing from my more experienced colleagues and gleaned insight from our post-interview de-briefing meetings where we make hire/no-hire decisions.
Hello! I just read an old comment of yours on a working in Korea post. I was planning on doing something very similar – I
Message from Anonymous Engineer I’ll preface by giving some information about myself: I’m an ECE student going to my 2nd year in college, so far
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One of the most common questions I get is what do electrical/computer engineers who design CPUs and GPUs actually do on a day to day