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A un Hardware Designer (FPGA Developer) le preguntaron...17 de junio de 2013

How to use stack and heap in C programming language?

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Not difficult but quite confused. My first thought was how to implement stack or heap...Then I think maybe there are some std libraries. The stack is used for functional calls and heap is for dynamic allocation. Details is here Menos

If i applied for a hardware job and they asked my a software question, I would walk out. Menos


Why would you want to work for us?

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I answered that I talked with one of their current Engineer and asked him about his team, and his answer impressed me very much and i felt like I found the best team to work with. Menos


Design and verify a simplified "router".

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Its a lot of work to get it "right" (IMHO 10 hours for solid verification alongside debugging or some optimization). Didnt have time before Xmas. Menos

Morgan Stanley

If I called this guy (so and so that MD knew from previous job), what would he say about you ?

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Seems like an illegal question. HR should get involved to straighten out his MD.


What are blocking and non-blocking statements in Verilog?

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Blocking evaluations and assigns LHS & RHS of expression before moving to the next statement. Non Blocking evaluates the LHS and schedules for the RHS to be assigned at the end of the time step. Menos


Some other fun engaging questions!

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Don’t worry, they are very fundamental!


What is a latch? What is a Flipflop?

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A Flip Flop is clocked, a latch isn’t. A latch is transparent when enabled, and stores its value when not enabled. A flip flop is made up of two latch’s enabled by clock and the other by inverted clock. This allows the flip flops value to held constant for a whole clock period. Menos


Why are you leaving your current job?

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I’ve learned a lot in my current role, but I’m looking for the next step where I can continue to grow and use the skills I’ve honed to contribute to a company I love, and this opportunity seems to be the perfect fit. Menos

National Instruments

logic optimization. design algorithm to reduce redundant circuit. share result of logics.

Mistral Solutions

what is buffer? what is latch?

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