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Software Engineer (New College Graduate)

Software Engineer (New College Graduate)
by Admin on 09-15-2022 at 2:46 pm

Website Cadence

The Cadence Virtuoso platform powers all of the latest design innovations in consumer, mobile, and enterprise electronics worldwide. We are looking for talented software engineers to join our team and contribute to the continued growth and success of Virtuoso Analog Design Environment (ADE), one of Cadence’s most successful products.

This job requires proficiency in C++ or another object-oriented language, such as Python or Java. Solid understanding of data structures, databases, algorithms and design patterns is important. In this position, you’ll have an excellent opportunity to improve our large-scale distributed computing application by applying your existing and new skills in cloud, databases, algorithms and machine learning.

Your work will have a significant impact on the future of smart technology. You’ll be contributing to the foundation on which our customers are building today’s artificial intelligence innovations, smart devices and self-driving cars. You are not a number at Cadence — we encourage your innovative experience, and will give you independence and freedom to use your skills to make a difference.

The positions are open to graduating Seniors who are willing to work in Pittsburgh, PA. Relocation assistance will be provided if needed.

Basic Requirements:

  • BS in CS or EE + 2 years post-graduate experience, or
  • MS or PhD in CS or EE
  • Proficiency in C++, with good knowledge of the language specification and debugging.

Nice to have:

  • Familiarity with Python.
  • Exposure to Webpage development, react, node.js, etc
  • Knowledge of the C++ standard library, STL containers and algorithms.
  • Exposure to SQL databases.
  • Familiarity with Linux/Unix development.
  • Knowledge or Exposure to Optimization algorithms
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To view the job application please visit cadence.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com.

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