How to prepare for an interview of Embedded Hardware Design

PREPARING TO SUCCEED IN YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW EMBEDDED HARDWARE DESIGN

If you want to prepare yourself for job interview for the position of Embedded Hardware design Engineer, but tired of reading overwhelming information online and wondering about, what to read, how to learn and prepare for an interview, then this course is for you.

What you’ll learn

  • PREPARING TO SUCCEED IN YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW OF ELECTRONICS EMBEDDED HARDWARE DESIGN.
  • Analog, Digital and Mixed signal High speed PCB design..

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 14min.
  • Preparing for an Interview Part-2 –> 1 lecture • 6min.
  • Preparing for interview Part 3A –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-3B –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-3C –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-3D –> 1 lecture • 15min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-3E –> 1 lecture • 8min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-4 –> 1 lecture • 24min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-5 –> 1 lecture • 19min.
  • Preparing for an interview Part-6 –> 1 lecture • 14min.

How to prepare for an interview of Embedded Hardware Design

Requirements

  • ECE and EEE graduation degree.

If you want to prepare yourself for job interview for the position of Embedded Hardware design Engineer, but tired of reading overwhelming information online and wondering about, what to read, how to learn and prepare for an interview, then this course is for you.

This book is an informative collection of topics offering a “one-stop-shopping” to solve the most common Hardware design challenges.

In this course we will discuss about the following:

1. Interview preparation techniques.

2. Understanding practical skills needed.

3. Embedded Hardware Design Topics, based on hundreds of Interviews appeared by me and my colleagues with the companies such as:

Robert​ Bosch, Honeywell​, Valeo​, Hcl​, Continental​, Godrej, TechMahindra​, GE​ Healthcare, Wipro, ​Cyient​, L&T, Philips​, Medtronics and many more.

4. Resume or CV preparation.

I have tried to avoid too much information and thus provided the information which would be enough for an Interview. However, I wish that the contents present in this course will motivate and encourages you to read and explore more in detail about these topics.

By the end of reading this book, you will gain the confidence to attend the Hardware Design Job interview and will enjoy the interview process.

Someone has rightly said” Even a lifetime is not sufficient to judge a person”. Then how does an Interviewer judge a candidate, if he/she is the right for the job?

Answer to this question is, the Interviewer tries to know about the past job experiences and how well the candidate is prepared for this interview.

Interviewer thinks that, if you are not be prepared for the job interview, which is so important, then you cannot be prepared to do an actual job.

If you are reading this, it proves that you have made this decision to learn and be prepared for an interview, but before we do that lets understand the interview process and how it’s done.

HOW IT’S DONE

Companies categorize interview candidates into two kinds of Job aspirants.

Fresher Candidate

Experienced Candidate

A person who has completed BE/B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering recently and do not have a prior working experience as Embedded hardware Engineer in a company is called Fresher candidate. If the person has a prior working experience as Embedded hardware Engineer in a company, is called Experience Candidate.

Based on the above candidature type the interview process and its difficulty level is defined by the companies.

To apply for the Job and for the companies to find your Resume, you have to create a job profile in some of the popular Job portals or search engines such as the Naukri, MonsterJobs, Engineering Jobs on LinkedIn, Engineering Central, CareerBuilder.