Embedded Engineers work on computer systems that have a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system and commonly work on code that is a part of a larger device that usually includes hardware and mechanical parts. They are expected to be able to create scalable and optimized software systems that work harmoniously with the current hardware.
An Embedded Engineer job candidate should be able to demonstrate skills in fixing bugs, maintaining code and performing testing. Embedded Engineers are usually required to have a Bachelor of Science degree in either computer science or engineering. Candidates should have hands-on experience in both the development and troubleshooting areas.
New York has the title of the most populous city in the United States with more than 8 million people calling it home. New York is a leader in manufacturing, foreign trade, commerce and banking. Several high profile businesses with global impact that are based in New York are the New York Stock Exchange, Dow Jones & Company, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Bloomberg.
There are five boroughs and several neighborhoods to choose from, each with its own unique charm. Options include living near the large and spacious Central Park on the Upper East Side or the quaint cobblestones in the West Village to the vibrant and electric nightlife of the East Village. Murray Hill is a quiet and affordable neighborhood that sees a lot of students and postgrads. The easy access to Grand Central and the culturally diverse neighborhood is attractive to residents of all ages.
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