Edaptive Computing

  www.edaptive.com
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Headquarters Dayton, OH
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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Employees say it's “OK”   14 ratings

2.9

50% Approve of the CEO   4 ratings

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Dr. Praveen Chawla

Founder & CEO

Edaptive is professional, dedicated and GROWING!

  Current Contracts in Dayton, OH

Pros: The atmosphere at ECI is top-notch; the employees are happy and we work to help the business grow. ECI has grown rapidly thanks to the entire team. I couldn't imagine working anywhere other than ECI. The CEO is brilliant and leads with passion for… Full Review

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Salaries in USD  United States Avg. Salary
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Software Developer I

4 Edaptive Computing Salaries

$40,500
$32k
$45k

Software Developer II

2 Edaptive Computing Salaries

$52,755
$43k
$62k

Senior Developer

1 Edaptive Computing Salary

n/a
$50k
$55k

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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2014 – Reviewed Jun 2, 2014

Interview Details – Applied online; received phone call within a day regarding a phone interview. The first interview was fine - was typical interview questions. At the end, I was told that I would receive another call within a few days for a more thorough, technical interview without being able to schedule or plan…Full Interview

Interview Question:
Plenty of syntax based questions regarding Verilog and VHDL over the phone, so being able to mentally code or write it down fast enough is essentially the only way to get through to the next stage. Answer Question

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