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Jan Van Bruaene

Vice President of Engineering

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Mission: ace the initial screening call and get asked back for in-depth interviews

Congratulations! Hopefully the tips from Mission: score an interview with a Silicon Valley company were helpful, and you have been contacted to talk to the hiring manager. Here are a few tips on how to ace the initial call.

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Mission: score an interview with a Silicon Valley company

RTI’s engineering team is based in Sunnyvale, CA. We also have a smaller, yet rapidly growing team in Granada, Spain.

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Looking for the Next Jedi Knights

Graduating in 2016 must be exciting. This is especially if you graduate with a computer science degree. You are at the cusp of the next best thing - the internet of things (IoT).

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I love Eddy

Our releases are named after mountains. These internal project names sometimes are shared with our users. This can create for some consternation, as we learned with our 5.1.0 release. This release was named for a local Bay Area mountain: Mt. Diablo. Mount Diablo is a wonderful state park, with beautiful hikes in Rock City and breath taking vistas from the top. If you drop the “Mount” from the project name, folks get weary about your software.

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Building Flexible Manufacturing Systems for Industrie 4.0

Many discussions on the industrial internet of things (IIoT) describe how all kind of sensors will be connected to the cloud, where the big data analytics beast will consume lots of data to provide you with efficiency optimizations. Huge cost savings are especially promised in the energy and transportation sectors. The medical industry, on the other hand, sees an opportunity to provide better and safer care, by integrating patient monitoring devices, and correlating the data or by merely reducing the amount of erroneous alarms.

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Baker, bake me a cake!

Fall is typically when US students in their final year at university, start looking for a job for when they graduate in May. (In Spain on the other hand, students start looking for a job closer to their graduation date.) For some students it will be the first time they apply for a job. You can tell by their flip flops during the on-campus interview session, or the lame "Sorry I am late, I just rolled out of bed" excuse, or lack of preparation all together about the company ("Who are you again? What does your company do?"). Luckily these examples are more and more the exception. Many students prepare well and often ask in advance what to expect from the initial interview.

What are we looking for?

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