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13 days ago

CPU Verification Engineer, Senior-Staff Level (Austin TX)

Qualcomm Austin, TX

Be a part of a cross-functional team developing and delivering ARM Architecture compliant CPU subsystems to QCT. Duties include power and performance… Qualcomm

11 days ago

LLVM Compiler Engineer

Qualcomm Austin, TX

The compiler team at the Qualcomm Innovation Center in Austin, TX is seeking talented compiler engineers to optimize LLVM for Qualcomm SOCs. As a… Qualcomm

30+ days ago

CPU Digital Design, Senior or Staff Level - Austin, TX

Qualcomm Austin, TX

The QCT Austin CPU team has multiple openings for Front End Design Engineers. Be a part of a cross-functional team developing and delivering ARM… Qualcomm

30+ days ago

Silicon Validation Staff Engineer - Austin, TX

Qualcomm Austin, TX

Develop detailed ATE silicon Characterization plans for DSP microprocessors. Driving completion of all Silicon patterns (Functional, MBist, ATPG… Qualcomm

30+ days ago

Linux Development Engineer

Qualcomm Austin, TX

An exciting opportunity to shape the future of the home gateway. This role will be at the center of Qualcomm's Smart Gateway effort. OpenWrt is the… Qualcomm

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    Great place to learn. Company culture is nonexistent.

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Austin, TX
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    Intelligent people in technical leadership. Long history supporting new innovation and encouraging new ideas. Company is growing at a healthy pace. My team had very little interference from middle management. That was not the case for the majority of engineering teams in the company. Specifically the Austin office (where I worked) was a great atmosphere for learning and taking technical risks.


    Middle management is a cancer. Too many low performers who never seem to leave the company. There is very little cooperation between teams and almost none between business organization. Software is not shared. Bonuses are small.

    Advice to Management

    Give engineers more freedom say in product development. Encourage cross-team collaboration. Remove low performers.

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