JOB: Engineer – RTOS KERNEL At Qualcomm

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Location: Hyderabad

Company: Qualcomm

General Summary

  • Embedded systems industry experience.
  • Competency in the ‘C’ programming language.
  • Competency in at least one assembly language, preferably ARM, ARMv6, ARMv7, ARMv8, ARMv9.
  • A good understanding of computer architecture, microprocessor internals; advantage to have understanding on ARM/ DSPs.
  • An understanding of memory regions, and their uses.
  • Working with hexadecimal numbers and hexadecimal math; good understanding of Boolean math (logic).
  • Good knowledge of what interrupts are and how they work in code.
  • Good knowledge on MMU, caches, and how to write optimized code considering micro-architecture of processor.
  • Ability to use a debugger (gdb, T32) to perform at least simple operations such as setting breakpoints, single stepping, examining variable values, examining memory, examining registers.
  • Ability to debug multi-tasking code.
  • The ability to read and understand datasheets, and produce driver code for a given device based on the information contained in its datasheet.
  • Understanding and development work done in Hypervisor on ARM.
  • Develop code to run under an RTOS, and how to use semaphores, mutexes, queues, IPC.
  • Develop and debug code with stacks, queues, linked-lists, and other common data structures.
  • Advantage to have understanding of development on RTOS
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Good mental math capability and deductive logic.
  • Ability to write secure code and follow coding guidelines
  • Ability to extract the requirements and design from feature/product information.

Responsibilities

  • Hypervisor development on ARM

Education requirements

  • BE/ME/BTech/MTech (Computer Science or Electronics & Communication or related)
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