Broadcom

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Broadcom Reviews

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Broadcom President & CEO Scott McGregor
Scott McGregor
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    software development in C/C++ and product research

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    Former Employee - Software Developer in Montreal, QC
    Former Employee - Software Developer in Montreal, QC

    I worked at Broadcom full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    company values and good salary, training and working environment

    Cons

    compensation, excellent for a graduate as a career start, very helpful for personal growth and many benefits

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

Broadcom Interviews

Updated 4 Nov, 2014
Updated 4 Nov, 2014

Interview Experience

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Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Interview Details

    There was only one interview at first. There there was a manager and a senior engineer who briefly went over my resume and asked me about my past work experience such as what I did what was my role and etc. The interview probably lasted for about 2 hours or so and then HR contacted me and got an offer.

    Interview Questions
    • Pretty straightforward. They asked about object oriented programming questions such as what is polymorphism in C++.   View Answer
    Declined Offer

Broadcom Awards and Accolades

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America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009
World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2008

Additional Info

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Website www.broadcom.com
Headquarters Irvine, CA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1991
Type Company - Public (BRCM)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (CAD) per year

Broadcom harbors broad ambitions for its semiconductors' impact on broadband communications: it wants them to drive every part of the high-speed wired and wireless networks of the future. The core applications for its integrated circuits (ICs) are digital set-top boxes, cable modems, servers, and networking gear for homes and offices. Broadcom also makes semiconductors for carrier access, DSL, and wireless communications equipment, including mobile phones. Customers include Apple (13% of sales), Samsung Electronics (10% of sales) Cisco, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, LG, and Nokia.

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