Comment: Hi! I am a new BSEE graduate who just started out as a post-silicon validation engineer for mixed-signal ICs. I saw your blog a
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Long term Travel while doing a Master of Science in Computer Science
I saw your comment on r/OMSCS and your experience sounds really similar to my ideal experience. I just got accepted to the program and I’m
A day in the Life of a Computer Architect During the Pandemic
Night Before: My day actually begins the night before. What I mean by this is before I go to bed I check my Outlook calendar
Preparing for an electrical engineering or computer engineering interview
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.
What do Electrical/Computer Engineers Actually do in the Semiconductor Industry (AMD, Intel, Nvidia, Apple, Samsung, Qualcomm, etc…) to make CPUs and GPUs?
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