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Embedded Software Engineer

Texas Instruments Oslo

embedded software engineer. As an embedded software Texas Instruments

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MSP430 Development Tools Engineer (Embedded Software) (m/f)

Texas Instruments Freising

- Responsible for the functionality and quality of the BSL ecosystem - Responsible for validation test system automation and test coverage increase… Texas Instruments

23 days ago

Systems Engineer for Embedded Analytics

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

This engineering position involves the development of embedded signal processing solutions for industrial, environmental, security and health related… Texas Instruments

28 days ago

Sr. Electrical Engineer

Texas Instruments Chengdu

Electrical system operations include HV/LV, UPS and Diesel Generator systems. Develop a comprehensive maintenance plan for utilities, paving… Texas Instruments

30+ days ago


Texas Instruments Clark

For foreign nationals, whether residence or non-residence, are duly approved employment permit from the Philippine Department of Labor and Employment… Texas Instruments

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Texas Instruments Chairman, President, and CEO Rich Templeton
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    Started my career and grew up there

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    Former Employee - Engineering Manager in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Engineering Manager in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Texas Instruments full-time (more than 10 years)


    They have a good culture of people development and I grew a lot in my career there with the help of some great managers and mentors. Compensation was good for the area and I was able to take risks and work on some awesome products. I have no regrets about the time I spent there and still talk to many former colleagues.


    Too frugal with equipment. Once I had an employee whose laptop had issues to the point of being unusable and it took months to get approval for the replacement.

    TI has a proud, rich history of innovation, but it seems to be fading in recent years as the focus has moved to simpler chips with a lower R&D cost.

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    Make sure your employees aren't ever slowed down by lack of equipment that costs less than their salaries. Think about building long term technologies and the R&D roadmaps to get there.

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