Published on 11th June 2010 by
Originally Posted by wuyanxushame nVidia is in USA, i would love to work in such a place. and able to say i've developed a certain consumer product.
not many large computer based companies in UK, only major ones are ARM and NXP.
the guy in the article still works at nVidia? doesn't seems like it from the article......
Originally Posted by uz1_l0v3rIT is a great career if you like working with lots of nerdy blokes with poor social skills.
Originally Posted by rustorIs he the one that gets game devs to block features on ATI cards?
Originally Posted by ClaaveOf course Lars still works there, why would he not? Oh, and Nvidia has offices all over the world, just like most other large companies.
Originally Posted by wuyanxuas far as i know, nVidia, Intel or AMD does not have suitable position for electronic engineers (eg, those who design the chips' controller or datapath) in UK.
Originally Posted by RedbeaverQuote:Originally Posted by uz1_l0v3rIT is a great career if you like working with lots of nerdy blokes with poor social skills.
too bad i dont think i can show u a photo of my coworkers.... cant say much about development, but services n support are quite eye-catchy and resource management are... "refreshing".
Originally Posted by SheikenI really like these kind of articles as they provide a window into something I normally wouldnt get an opportunity to see or experience.
And Lars seems like a hard working and dedicated person, he must be a good employee and asset to nvidia!
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