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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 30, 2012. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 30, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Mechanical/Electrical Engineer||Denton, TX|
|Software Engineer Summer Intern - Design Automation||Natick, MA|
|Audio Summer Intern||Natick, MA|
|Software Visual Design Summer Intern||Natick, MA|
|Stateflow Infrastructure Intern||Natick, MA|
|Summer Intern - CSG Apps||Natick, MA|
|Machine learning development summer intern||Natick, MA|
|FPGA Prototyping Intern||Natick, MA|
|HDL Verifier Intern||Natick, MA|
|FPGA Prototyping Summer Intern||Natick, MA|
Reasoning Mind is an education focused non-profit that uses the web to teach kids math, and they’re hiring 30 new grads as Program Coordinators. Learn more about these amazing entry level opportunities.
Just a few days ago I mentioned that computers are better than humans at math. That’s true for many math operations, but the ultimate combination is a smart human working with a fast computer and great software. MathWorks is a Natick, MA based company that makes this possible, as they are “is the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists.” They’ve been around for nearly 30 years, which is a seriously long time in the software business. MathWorks is probably best known for MATLAB, which is “a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation.” It’s used everywhere from research in top universities to designing industrial machines. If advanced math is involved, there’s a good chance that MATLAB will be used.
It’s easy to forget how important math is to our everyday life, even if our teachers reminded us time after time when we were in grade school. I’m not talking about calculating a tip or even understanding a newspaper article about poll numbers. I’m talking about the fact that nearly everything we interact with on a daily basis has been inspired by math, which means there’s a very significant chance that MathWorks’ software tangentially affects your life almost every day. That’s why they’ve been able to build a business $600 million in annual revenue and more than 2,000 employees. If you’re inspired by math and would like to join the ranks, then check out MathWorks’ Careers page. They have a special section for new grads and students, and you can use this search to identify only entry level jobs and internships. How luxurious! You can even sort the postings by Title, Job Function, Location, and Type. I’m going to leave it to you to browse through the postings, which are mostly math/engineering/software development focused, though there are a couple of accounting positions.
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Have you used MATLAB?