This page is dedicated to recommendations to a newbie in VLSI and Semiconductors. Thanks to all contributors for supporting. One can recommend anything which they feel important to know for a Rooke in VLSI .

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Recommendations by Engineers in VLSI Industry

“I would suggest anyone who wants to start their career in Chip Designing to master the basics in the below areas of Micro Electronics.

✔ Analog IC Design fundamentals.
✔ DFT fundamental architectures and Basics.
✔ STA Expertise.”

Sri Harsha Pudi

Scope and Opportunities in Electronics and VLSI

Here is a blog article which explains about VLSI industry, growth and a way to enter into the industry. (click here to read the article)

Thanks to Utkarsh Mishra for writing and sharing this with VLSI passionate learners, and also allowing us to post this here.

“If you read any of the book thoroughly ,no one can stop you to enter in industry…

As mostly product/Services companies ask only basics questions in Technical Interview or Written Test”
– Raju Prasad

Please look into this post where books recommendations are given by Mr. Raju Prasad. (click here to view the post)

“If you grow your skills, your value will increase and with it, your chances for opportunity and money and these are the means you need for a happy life”. Here is a Quora answer by Mr. Bert Verrycken who shared his answer to “How can I excel in VLSI?“. It is really a unique answer and newbies needs to understand what they need to do in VLSI.

Here is the link to the answer – Click here

“I get a lot of queries on LinkedIn/Quora pertaining to how & from where to begin studying VLSI design. I had shared a write up once in the past and again sharing a list that I had compiled while preparing for the same myself not too long ago.” – Kumar Ankit

Here is the PDF file of it –

Here is the link for the LinkedIn post where it is shared – Click here. These are other Quora answers related to same topic by Kumar Ankit.

Here is another VLSI career roadmap from Vivek Arya which gives a detailed explanation based on various roles in the VLSI domain.