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The Xilinx Board Operations team is looking for a bold, collaborative and creative software developer to work on the next-generation production board test infrastructure for Xilinx Alveo boards. As a Senior Board Test Engineer, you'll build the tools to enable the delivery of the highest quality boards for empowering the future of machine learning, video processing, database acceleration, and more.
The Senior Board Test Engineer role involves:
Developing the platform that enables high-volume testing of Xilinx Alveo boards
Enhancing the operator interface program to improve manufacturing test reliability
Exploring and implementing new features to streamline PCB manufacturing test while maintaining high test coverage
Creating regression test suites to ensure robust test program releases