Posted on 6/20/2016 4:00 AM By Onetech
Hardware engineering focuses on the development and testing of computer hardware components. You may focus on specific components or parts of the process, such as specializing in design or working only with processors, or work with a general hardware engineering skill set. As you gain experience in this field, you may want to move into a position with more responsibility and a focus on strategy, as opposed to doing the front-line development yourself. The hardware engineering manager position puts you at the head of an engineering team or department, with an average salary of $140,958.
Posted on 6/6/2016 4:00 AM By Onetech
Embedded software engineering is a sub-specialty of software engineering that specifically focuses on developing software for non-computer hardware. You deal with unique hardware development environments, as the electronic systems you create software for lack the resources and capacity of your typical computing device. The software integrates directly into these devices, which requires a different software engineering style than those working on computers. Software and hardware share a strong link, so even when you don't have the same CPU power or memory as a computer, you can get a lot out of the electronics.
Posted on 5/9/2016 4:00 AM By Onetech
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