Key Qualifications include:
• B.S. in Computer or Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
• A minimum of ten (10) years of related work experience including experience with SystemVerilog designed ASICs
• Ability to read and understand Verilog based ASIC designs
• Writing ASIC diagnostics for networks in a HPC environment
• Experience with Linux software development: GNU toolchain, sockets, UNIX cli, open source libraries and tools. Sysadmin experience a plus.
• Strong scripting, assembly code, C and C++ development skills required
• Ability to gather requirements, write specifications and documentation, and handle changing requirements
• Code quality minded: experience with QA processes, unit testing, integration testing, and source code control systems (CVS/SVN/git)
• Experience creating simulation environments for software testing
• Experience with low level chip interfaces: JTAG, i2c, MMRs and CSRs
• Familiar with embedded Linux development: cross-compiling, Linux device drivers, developing with limited resources in mind
• Ability to work well in a distributed team environment with lively debate
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