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22 days ago

Senior Design Verification Engineer

Analog Devices Norwood, MA

Innovating, creating, simulating and debugging verification test environments for high performance mixed-signal and digital ICs. Verification design… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Security Operations Lead – new

Analog Devices Norwood, MA

ยท Continuously monitor, interpret and prioritize threats through the use of intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and other deployed… Beyond.com


20 days ago

Director, Leadership and Talent Development

Analog Devices Norwood, MA

Analog Devices (ADI), a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a broad portfolio of high performance analog, mixed-signal, and… Beyond.com


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    It is a true engineer based company. Management and sales are poor, but engineer's quality is good.

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    I worked at Analog Devices

    Pros

    There are many experts in each expertise area. If you are highly motivated, it is the best place to learn something interesting and new mainly by yourself. Atmosphere is like a laboratory in university. Work and evaluation environment is not bad. Project speed is not so fast and you can work with comparatively calm atmosphere. If you want to be a pure engineer, it would be one of the best places.

    Cons

    Management and sales are poor, which is kind of disorder status. Company is just going thanks to the technology advance. There is no proper evaluation system and no clear strategies.

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    Technology departments should be organized in right manner.

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