Mary-Ann

Development Engineer

"As a firmware engineer in the ASIC team at DisplayLink, I spend my time 'getting the hardware to talk to the software' in a variety of different ways."

I got my first taste of programming during my Mathematics degree at Cambridge University.

I then did the 4th year 'Certificate of Advanced Mathematics' at Cambridge before joining the Cambridge Technology Group XJTAG.

With a background in low-level software/firmware, I moved to DisplayLink for a fresh challenge in an up-and-coming company with some great products.

I was particularly attracted by the emphasis on personal and career development.

As a firmware engineer in the ASIC team at DisplayLink, I spend my time 'getting the hardware to talk to the software' in a variety of different ways.

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