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Old 2nd August 2006, 12:47 AM   #1
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Hello guys,
I have a job interview tomorrow morning and I am in the middle of getting prepared. I am not so great at interviews as I have not been on many of them so I need a little help. The reqirements for the job are:

* Knowledge of embedded RTOS and Linux.
* 8/16/32 bit microcontroller system designs.
* Digital systems, FPGA ,and CPLD designs.
* Analog to digital interfacing.
* IPC and RPC, TCP and UDP IP networking.
* Windows and Linux driver implementation.
* C, C++, C#, microprocessor assembler language.
* Schematic and PCB design.

What are some of the questions do you think that I will be asked?
Also what do you think will impress the interviewer the most.
Any other tips would be really really great.

Thanks all,
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