An Embedded Developer is a professional who is flexible and is able to adapt to change accordingly. They will use their knowledge and ability to assist an organisation in developing their software. Coding is also involved within a highly specialised system with specific requirements; the high level of accuracy required means that attention to detail is essential.
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Knowledge of internet-based technologies is essential, as well as being up-to-date with new technologies. They will have technical skills including high-level software development, network systems, software testing. They may also assist in designing a high-performing embedded system which requires efficiency in managing complex interactions between the hardware and software.
Working as a team, they will closely integrate the hardware and software development processes once they have a deep understanding of the organisation’s goals. Additional, they will utilise systemic thinking and cross-functional skills to meet both the functional and power requirements of embedded system development projects.
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