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Verification Engineer Intern Interview

Verification Engineer Intern
San Diego, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Broadcom in May 2012.

Interview Details – Sent my Resume to my friend, who forwarded it to his Manager.
I got a mail from the Manager asking for the times when I am free to have a quick Interview.
Got a confirmation mail regarding the Interview date.

It was a 45 minutes Phone Interview, which was basically
a round of Technical Interview mostly related to verilog.

The Interview should go fine as far as you remember
stuff from your projects and especially the verilog commands.

Questions that were asked were:

Basic Questions on Verilog.
Verilog code for some implementations.
Continuous assignments, Procedural Assignments.
Blocking Vs Non Blocking...etc etc
Few more, but am not able recall all of them...

All the Best! :)

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Reason for Declining – I got through other offer from Broadcom

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