C/C++ Software Engineer – Cisco Silicon One SDK Platforms Team (Niš)
Area of InterestEngineer - Software
Technology InterestSoftware Development
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Who We Are
We are seeking for a motivated Software Engineer to join our team in Niš office and work in the field of Network Technology within our R&D department which contributes to the evolution of the next generation of leading networking products. We are building firmware, SDK, simulator and compiler for Cisco Silicon One™ architecture and work in the development of pioneering technology. By joining our SDK Platforms Team you will have a chance to work on low-level software components/drivers development for the latest Silicon One family products. Platforms Team is an important link in the development chain as its activity in the product lifecycle starts from the very early stages of the ASIC development up to the bring-up and post-silicon validation stages.
Who You'll Work With
The team is working on the new generation of silicon which will be part of all families of Cisco devices that will drive the future of the internet. This is an opportunity to work with worldwide distributed Cisco R&D centers and learn from the best engineers in the field. We are looking for people who are in love with technology and engineering to help us push the limits of what is possible through innovation, determination, and teamwork.
What You’ll Do
- Design and develop software driving the world's most complex infrastructures
- Maintain SDK and implement new drivers/features
- Work on few small-scale projects for many different ASICs
- Software verification & debugging on emulator platform
- Work closely with ASIC engineers to gather information and additionally clarify requirements
- Work on software validation in emulated environment
- Participate in ASIC bring-ups with different teams
Who You Are
- Academic education in computer technology (finished or ongoing BSc / MSc studies)
- 2+ years of experience in C/C++ projects
- Experience with Makefiles
- Experience with Linux
- Excellent debugging skills, good problem-solving, and analytical skills
- Good understanding the way how hardware is working
- Positive energy, motivation to learn and ability to work as part of a team
- High level of work autonomy and sense of responsibility
- Desire for improvement of current skillset in a fast-paced working environment
- Fluency in English, both written and spoken
- Experience with debugging directly on hardware
- Low level knowledge of how I2C, SPI, USART, PCI communication protocols are functioning
- Kernel driver development
- Experience with ARM microcontrollers
- Experience with other programming languages and tools such as Python and SWIG
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