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Texas Instruments Freshers Hiring 2022 for HW Application Engineer Role 
Texas Instruments Freshers Hiring 2022 for HW Application Engineer Role

Candidates having experience of 0-5 years are invited to apply for the post of Software Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments.

Software Applications Engineer Job at Texas Instruments Job Description:

You will be key TI contact for customers and will interact with Systems, Architecture, FW development, SoC Design, and Verification teams to facilitate efficient, optimized system architecture for customer use-cases. Your role will involve working on a variety of domains under automotive and industrial viz home automation, industrial automation, gateways, EV/HEV, motor control, etc.

Basic qualifications for Software Applications Engineer Job at Texas Instruments:

  • 0-5 years of industry experience in software development on embedded devices.
  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in EE, Computer Science.

Skills Required for Software Applications Engineer Job at Texas Instruments:

  • Experience with programming languages such as C, Python, JavaScript (Basics)
  • Knowledge of embedded systems – MCU, MPU, ARM
  • Knowledge of computer architecture – Cache, DMA, Interconnect
  • Ability to clearly communicate with customers to understand needs and issues. Ability to clearly communicate to customers via forums, e-mail, and presentations.
  • Ability to work across internal teams to get customer issues resolved in a timely manner
  • Knowledge of basic communication peripherals like I2C, SPI, UART, Flash, capture, display or middleware, stacks and protocols – TCP/IP, LwIP, USB, PCIe, filesystem is an added advantage
  • Knowledge of industrial communication protocols like EtherCAT, Profinet, EtherNet/IP is added advantage
  • Knowledge of writing the application in areas of Automotive and industrial space is an added advantage

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Primary Responsibilities for Software Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments:

  • Support TI customers in the areas of automotive (EV/HEV, Gateways, etc.), industrial applications (Motor control, industrial communications, etc.) – solve day-to-day complex issues and help them go into production
  • Driver weekly sync up meetings, participate in customer discussion, and understand their requirements to help customers enable efficient, optimized system architecture.
  • Building the collaterals like app notes, white papers for enabling a broad customer base for TI.
  • Work on a variety of domains automotive and industrial viz home automation, industrial automation, gateways, EV/HEV, motor control, etc.