In-vehicle Infotainment, Smart TVs and More
The Open Source Technology Center at Intel is a key supporter and member of the MeeGo* Community. MeeGo's common core supports development for a variety of devices from netbooks, handsets, in-vehicle infotainment, Smart TVs, and media phones.
Intel® Software Development Products
When it comes to third-party software solutions, we want to help developers rock their code on Intel® architecture. That’s why we deliver powerful developer tools for any Intel platform, serial to manycore. For everything from compilers and performance libraries to error-checking and profiling tools, we help developers succeed at every step.
What You'll Bring
Successful Intel developers and software engineers typically have a bachelors in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Depending on your technical area of expertise, some positions require a masters or PhD, as well as developing experience. We look for individuals with a clear understanding of software development lifecycle methodologies and practices, software security practices, WRT coding, agile programming, and object-oriented design and analysis.
As an Intel developer or software engineer, you’ll need to know how to knock out tight code, work effectively with other incredibly smart people, and tackle some of the toughest software problems. We want people who have the determination to see their ideas brought to life and then the pride of authorship to brag about their achievements through blogs, whitepapers, and forums. We value experience with the latest computer languages and extensive knowledge of the software development process from initiation to final launch. And we want people who love working with the latest technologies and appreciate all kinds of device applications from tablets and in-car infotainment to desktops, servers, and beyond.
Select View Development/Software Jobs to see all the opportunities we have in Software. Within the developer/software engineering role we typically have opportunities for interns and college graduates, as well as individuals with related work experience.