Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Ambarella
- Verification Engineer (3)
- Analog Design Engineer (2)
- ASIC Design (2)
- ASIC Design Engineer (2)
- Entry Level ASIC Design Engineer (2)
- Engineering (2)
- ASIC Verification Intern (1)
- VLSI Design (1)
- Summer Intern-Summer Intern (1)
- Digital Design Internship (1)
- Intern Verification Engineer (1)
- DFT Engineer () (1)
- Software Architecture Engineer (1)
- Firmware R&D Engineer (1)
- Summer Intern (1)
- Technical Marketing (1)
- Logic Designer (1)
- ASIC Design Engineer Intern (1)
- Architecture Modeling Engineer (1)
Verification Engineer Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Ambarella.
I applied online. It took me a week to get a phone interview. The position is Verification engineer. The interview lasted for half an hour. Nothing tricky, general circuit design and c language questions. Asked me to design a circuit giving the number and names of the inputs and outputs and the function to implement. Asked me to write a recursive function in c language.
- Design a circuit to generate a pulse whenever the input flips. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Ambarella
Verification Engineer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 1 day – interviewed at Ambarella (Santa Clara, CA) in May 2010.
Phone Interview followed by onsite interview. Did not pay for travelling expense.
- Given a black box and input/output ports and functionality, translate from C to verilog a block of code. Answer Question
Verification Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Ambarella (Santa Clara, CA) in May 2010.
Interview consisted of a telephonic screening and an on-site interview. I had no idea about how many people I'll interview with, before or through the on-site meeting. One of the interviewers gave me responses like "are you screwing with me?" after giving him a somewhat reasonable answer. He was so disrespectful and unprofessional, after 10 minutes I told him "I'm not comfortable with your attitude, I don't want to go on with this interview." He left and the manager dropped in, he said he had pretty good feedback from the first interviewers and he apologized several times for the last one's attitude. The whole process was managed unprofessionally.
- An instruction statistics counter using a memory in verilog, recursive depth first search in C. Answer Question