Apple Software Development Engineer in Test - Platform Power Quality in San Diego, California
Software Development Engineer in Test - Platform Power Quality
San Diego,California,United States
Software and Services
Experience in software development and test
Skilled in testing embedded systems and firmware
Familiarity with computer architecture and operating systems concepts
Demonstrate strong critical thinking, debugging and troubleshooting skills
Excellent collaborative and communication skills
Knowledge of C / C++ and Python programming
Devise a testing strategy for one or more major SOCs and products, focusing on low-level power management features Gain a deep understanding of the design, requirements and architecture Influence inclusion of testability into the software design Develop and automate unit, functional and system-level tests Define and drive quality metrics to track progress and improvements Collaborate cross-functionally with peer test, QA and validation teams Assess and represent end-user impact of issues, shaping key product decisions Explore novel approaches to create new test frameworks, automation and infrastructure to streamline testing
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in CS, CE, EE or equivalent industry experience
Familiarity with power management concepts
Exposure to HW bring-up (preferred)
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