Sr. Design Engineer Interview Questions

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Jul 27, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Hardware Design Engineer at HARMAN:

“Current Hardware asks useless technical questions that applied back in 1800s. Something that is dealt little with today.”


Jul 24, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Design Engineer at AMD:

“There wasn't anything extremely difficult of unexpected or out of ordinary.”


Jul 24, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Electronic Design Engineer at Tesla Motors:

“Nothing out of the ordinary.”


Jul 8, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Design Engineer at AMD:

“About trace driven vs execution driven modeling. Trace driven modeling is faster; and but is less realistic due to not exploring bad paths during branch prediction. Execution driven modeling usually…”


Jun 20, 2014

Interview Question for Senior ASIC Design Verification Engineer at AMD:

“(Unexpected) What the types of caches?”


Jun 16, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Design Engineer at NVIDIA:

“Details about project and Timing closure questions”


Jun 12, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Samsung Semiconductor:

“Not so difficult question that I remember.
There were many technical question regarding static timing analysis - setup and hold, power planning, place and route issues for different tools and…”


Jun 9, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Covidien:

“How much do you make in your current job?”


Jun 5, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Marvell Technology:

“The interview was straight forward and aveage”


Jun 4, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Quirky:

“Give an example of a product that you took to market and has some aspect of the design that you wish you could go back and change...an example of something that you got wrong.”