Embedded engineers deal with the code of computer systems embedded in mechanical and electrical systems. They work with these systems to address and solve problems, ensuring proper functioning for each user. With their detailed knowledge of the code systems they develop, they also provide technical support to users. Embedded engineers are responsible for maintaining, modifying and upgrading systems. They use the needs of the organization to determine the correct systems and functionality.
Embedded engineers may need to create operating systems that function with an organization's hardware. When using existing operating systems, they configure them to work within the design and needs of the company. Working with embedded systems requires careful attention to memory constraints and resources, all while the engineer focuses on creating reliable, safe operation.
Denver is home to several corporations, ranging from energy and mining companies like Smith International and Haliburton to Dish Network, Comcast and DirecTV. The city receives around 300 days of sunshine each year, and is close to the Rocky Mountains and other outdoor adventures for those who want to enjoy nature on their days off from the office. With the number of healthcare organizations, city and state offices and other major employers, the tech scene in Denver continues to grow. The area is also rising in the tech startup scene, making it an ideal spot for entrepreneurs who want the support of Forkly, Founder Institute and the Denver Software Club.
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