Linux Software Engineer – Job Order 3215 Paoli, PA 19301 $85K to $95K Might be open to sponsorship of existing H-1B’s Relocation allowance is available. My client is involved in the design and manufacture of self-checkout equipment in retailers and parking areas, slot and vending machines and have installed almost 10 million devices. From cash Read More >
FPGA Design Engineer, Hybrid – Job Order 3222 On-site work in Malvern, PA, some remote $150K+, market value, stock options My client is a technology leader delivering high-performance fabrics for High Performance Computing (HPC), High Performance Data Analytics (HPDA), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the purpose of delivering interconnect solutions that enable their customers to Read More >
ASIC Design Engineer – Job Order 3161 Arlington, VA, Boston, MA or Los Angeles, CA Compensation: up to $120K 0 – 5 years of experience US citizens or permanent resident My client, a technology research organization, is looking for highly talented, motivated researchers to lead and impact state of the art research and development in Read More >
THE INSTITUTE Artificial-intelligence systems are nowhere near advanced enough to replace humans in many tasks involving reasoning, real-world knowledge, and social interaction.
I found this article in the IEEE Spectrum magazine today. Very revealing about the different requirements for software engineers in large corporations vs. startups.
From Techopedia, the TIOBE Index for August 2019.
According to Techopedia, these are the 10 best places in the world to work and the reasons why.
HPC (High Performance Computing) Systems Administrator, Supercomputer – Job Order 2686 New York, NY Big $$$$$$$ (I have to tell you in person; I have never seen anything like it) Signing Bonus 40% of base – we are talking astronomical numbers H-1B Sponsorship available What’s the catch? They are extremeeeeeeeemly selective Must be willing to Read More >
This is an interesting look at where H-1B visa holders and being used and being paid. I found it on DICE today.
I was surprised to read on DICE the 5 programming languages they project are doomed.