- Projects at Google for C++ Engineers What are some interesting projects at Google that require C++? I can imagine that there are plenty of projects written in C++ at Google but not all of them really require C++. Some REST pass-thought services can easily be written in any other language and be as efficient as if they were written in
- Hiring SDE-2s and SDE-3s for leading development of new AWS products @ Seattle We are building new products in a rapidly growing and innovative space. You'll work on a wide spectrum of technologies- distributed systems, browser technologies, video streaming technologies, IoT technologies, systems & network engineering. A great opportunity to join these product initiatives at
- Spectrum Bidding (telecom experts reply) Call me ignorant, but while I was researching online about why I have such bad mobile connection I recently learned about spectrum bidding. How important will winning a spectrum bid impact network quality? If I’m not wrong I think Verizon has the best cellphone connection right now for 4G, when 5G c
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- Tech Support Engineering 3 role in DFW market w/Cisco... Contacted by a recruiter about a TSE 3 position (networking hardware) with Cisco in the DFW market (Richardson) and have talked salary/status (100K based on hourly rate, OT, contract to perm) , and was curious about the overall experience working at Cisco. I know the rate is pretty low compared t
- Network engineer interview How to prepare for network engineering interviews? What resources do you use? Spectrum of questions in networking is vast, how to tackle various questions asked in interviews?
- Third 5G Spectrum Bidding Happening Dec 10th this year! America has a 5G FAST Plan (Facilitate America's Superiority in 5G Technology)...I sort of find this hilarious. The government is also trying to promote high speed internet in rural areas...I wonder how many companies are helping with this initiative? Seems like most te