Cracking Digital VLSI Verification Interviews: Interview Success — A unique book

A large number of jobs in semiconductor industry fall in the category of Digital VLSI Design and Verification. With digital designs becoming more and more complex, demand of Digital VLSI Verification Engineers is on the rise. Increase in design complexity has not only led to an increase in the number of VLSI Verification jobs but has also convoluted the challenges which a Verification Engineer face on day-to-day basis. Overall, these changes have made Digital VLSI Verification a challenging but an interesting career option.

However, unlike a software job, many recent/new College Graduates often find it bit difficult to successfully land a job in the VLSI industry. This is partially due to the fact that the skills required to be successful in VLSI industry are much more advanced and involved than what is taught in Colleges/Universities through regular courses and curriculum. Additionally, absence of resources which can provide one-shop-stop solution and can aid Graduates/Experienced Folks in Interview preparation aggravate the problem.

Due to this, people aspiring for a career in Digital VLSI Verification domain often tend to ponder upon following questions before an Interview: How should I prepare for a Digital VLSI Verification Interview? What all topics do I need to know before I turn up for an interview? What all concepts do I need to brush up? What all resources do I have at my disposal for preparation? What does an Interviewer expect in an Interview?

If you have these questions in your mind, now your search ends here!

Interview Success Book

Keeping this problem statement and these questions in their minds, authors (Ramdas M and Robin Garg) have recently launched a book: Cracking Digital VLSI Verification Interview: Interview Success, e-book version of which is now available on Amazon.

This book enables the readers to practice and grasp important concepts that are applicable to Digital VLSI Verification domain (and Interviews) through a Question and Answer approach with detailed explanations of concepts.

Read more on my quora blog here..

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