Chance to work on different projects with different clients. A great place learn and grow.
I cant think of any negatives in particular but management should try to retain good engineers.
Advice to Management
Should try to retain good engineers.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Synapse Design (San Jose, CA) in February 2010.
- One round of telephonic on self introduction and technical stuff
- One round of telephonic on what is the requirement
- One round of group telephonic (Panel) discussion on technical
- HR round and salary negotiation
Check out this Synapse whitepaper: The UVM Heartbeat monitor is very useful, yet sorely underused. It is just another name for a watchdog timer, but it is more powerful and flexible than the ones you may have seen before. It watches for activity in the test bench and if it finds that there isn’t the right amount of activity, in the specified amount of time, it’ll issue a fatal message and end the simulation. This can catch a simulation lock-up early on – before the global timeout kicks in, which can be very late. This is a godsend for tight schedules, saving you tons of wasted simulation time. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ7Xs
Three acquisitions in 2017 and a new design center opened. Many important positions opened for creative, bright software and hardware engineers who want to be part of a global team developing state of the art SOCs and ASICs for tier one semiconductor and systems companies. Work in India, Vietnam, the Silicon Valley and other desirable locations. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQseq
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