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Qualcomm Research is looking for an Innovative Software Engineer in San Diego, CA.

Qualcomm Research is looking for an Innovative Software Engineer in San Diego, CA. According to the post, “Qualcomm Research is working on strategic projects for the development of new technologies that will be commercialized in near future. We do research in a wide range of areas such as the Internet of Things, Neuromorphic Computing, Augmented Reality, Context-aware Computing, Multimedia streaming, Low-power networks, Network Interface Selection, WWAN and Next-generation Wi-Fi. We seek highly innovative and motivated engineers who can get things done. You will be working in a team of multi-disciplined engineers in a fast-paced, intellectually challenging work environment. Successful applicants will be creative, enthusiastic innovators who are equally comfortable with researching new technologies and implementing code that would go into commercial devices.”

It continues, “We are looking for candidates with one or more of the following areas of expertise with graduation dates of Winter 2012 or Spring 2013: Programming in C/C++. Object-oriented software design and development. Distributed systems and IP networking. Real-time and embedded software development. Multi-threaded programming. Multi-core and multi-processor systems. Web technologies such as JavaScript and HTML5. System performance optimization. Data modeling and defining ontologies such as RDF/OWL. Data mining and machine learning techniques. LLVM and JIT compilers. Linux kernel programming and Layer 2 networking. Computer vision, natural feature detection and tracking. Computational Neuroscience.”

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