startup that tries to solve the tough question. if it succeeds, it'll cause a revolution in EDA space. great small company feel. excellent benefits - much better from most of industry. Founders are experienced (20+ average) so realistic thinking and very good life-work balance is respected. amazing board of advisors - the who's who of the industry. The CEO is very praise worthy.
risky - comes with all startups. of course in a small company, career paths are limited. but the nice thing about EDA space is that it's small. Thus, etting in this company is a great entry to the space where one can get promoted by moving to toehr companies in the space.
Advice to Management
keep up the good work
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Nusym (Los Gatos, CA) in February 2010.
The 1:1 interviews with the VP of Engineering and Director of Methodology went very well. Then they asked me to speak with 2 guys from India over the phone.
The conversation with the VP of R&D in India went straight to hell. None of the questions asked had anything to do with the do-to-day task of the jobs being considered. At one point, he asked me to translate a verilog UDP into RTL.
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