GPU Driver

Posted 31 May by MicroTECH Global Ltd
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JOB AD:

This is an opportunity to join a Windows Graphics Driver Team. The team develops a high performance software stack which utilises GPUs to accelerate the Direct3D APIs.

The role involves contributing to all aspects of developing the driver, from working with the hardware team on next generation GPU development, to working directly with customers to obtaining maximum performance from their platforms. It will also include participating in advanced development with Microsoft on next generation Operating Systems.

You will:

Lead the development of Direct3D drivers for Imagination's current and next generation GPUs Get involved in all aspects of the development cycle, from requirements, through design, implementation and testing Work with hardware teams to ensure performant Direct3D support for current and future versions of the Direct3D API Support customers and their partners in bringing new products to market Perform performance analysis and driver optimisations to get the most out of our graphics IP Play an active role in recruiting into Imagination's Direct3D driver team

You have;

In-depth knowledge of Direct3D (or equivalent 3D API) A background in GPU driver design and development Experience as the technical lead of a team of engineers Excellent C programming skills, especially at a low level A good understanding of computer architecture (CPU, Cache, MMU, Memory, etc.) Excellent problem solving & communication skills A positive attitude

You might also have;

Experience with WinDBG

Previous experience as the technical lead of a cross-site team Experience working in a Scrum development team An aptitude for vector mathematics

Reference: 46684517

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