But not much in the 1million/hour range right now. If I can find that, I'm taking it, you're on your own. Sorry
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Dallas, hmmm, Dad always did say Texas was a great state and I did get accepted to UoH. Any leads I can follow up on? .NET is not a strict requirement, I'm pretty well rounded though I have lost weight
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When you reallocate send me an email (deyangeo in google). We are hiring .Net developers time to time and the least I can do if I’m not back in Europe is to check for positions and forward your resume. And it is only a few hours drive from the Canadian border (north New Jersey).
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What are the skills needed for a C++ application programmer to work in Embedded Systems Domain? What are the things to learn to get thorugh an Embedded Sytems interview? Actually it has been already posted in the C++/MFC Forums and it has been redirected to here by Richard_Maccutchan. Hence I've posted here.
learn how to read a hardware schematic, you will prob be asked to start coding before you get a prototype.
learn how to use an oscilloscope, these come in handy when you have to blame it on hardware =) (hardware guys never believe you until you have captured the error on your scope)
forget about frameworks, embedded code is often very raw low level from the ground up type development (unless your into a embedded linux platform)
other than that you knowledge of C/C++ will be transferable and very usefull, shifting from VB to embedded C would be more difficult because of the language differences (and VB programmers are mostly DIM.... lol)