Electrify Your EE Interview A Silicon Valley Experience

The Ultimate Electronics Interview Prep Bootcamp. Get a Job at Tech Companies (Apple/Tesla/SpaceX) & Startups!
Electrify Your EE Interview A Silicon Valley Experience
File Size :
8.01 GB
Total length :
10h 26m


Aria Tedjarati


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Electrify Your EE Interview A Silicon Valley Experience

What you’ll learn

The ultimate one-stop-shop to prepare for electrical engineering interviews
Step by step guide on how to tackle the most difficult and common questions asked by top tech companies and startups
Learn how to negotiate your offers
Become a better engineer by mastering electrical fundamentals
Learn how to get interviews!
Continue to learn and grow as an engineer, long after the course ends
Learn the ins and outs of batteries, power electronics, and motors
Master op-amps, filters, and other complex analog circuits
Gain a deep understanding of digital communication protocols
Brush through discrete semiconductor topics
Learn how to market and sell yourself to land a six-figure tech job
Understand the practical aspects of using and choosing microcontrollers
Design system level block diagrams for electric devices
Get a basic understanding of good PCB layout techniques

Electrify Your EE Interview A Silicon Valley Experience


Some previous exposure to electrical concepts and devices will be helpful
Basic understanding of high school mathematics
A drive and determination to be all that you can be!


Do you scroll through Google or Glassdoor to look for electrical engineering interview questions to no avail?Are you scratching your head trying to figure out how to best prepare for electrical engineering interviews? Whether you are a self-taught maker, a professional engineer, an electrical, robotics, or mechatronics student, or even a new grad looking for their first job, this course is carefully tailored and designed to take you through a comprehensive overview of interview questions you could be asked at electrical engineering interviews at some of the top Silicon Valley big tech and startup companies.In the age of electrification, everyone, whether big tech or startup, desperately needs electrical engineers. Over the the last few years, the greatest engineering job vacancy in the United States is electrical engineers, leaving a massive opportunity for you to take advantage of these 6-figure job openings. I am Aria Tedjarati, a Stanford-trained electrical engineer that has led teams at some of the biggest and most prolific tech companies all around the United States, including Joby Aviation and Tesla. I’ve gotten job offers from over 30 tech companies, and personally administered over 500 electrical engineering interviews. Now, I’m here to help you. This course will go through the fundamentals of electrical engineering and electronics, and in each section, I will present various potential interview problems associated with these topics. The ideal student will have a basic understanding of electrical concepts such as voltage, current, energy, and power. Fret not, however, if you are struggling with any of these topics, as I will cover the fundamentals of every basic electrical concept in my course. With the purchase of this course, you will also get access to my personal Discord server that contains a plethora of interview questions, cheat sheets, and videos.I personally guarantee that by the end of this course you will feel more confident, better prepared, and less stressed about tech interviews. It’s time to take your life’s reigns into your own hands and land an electrical engineering job at a tech company!See you inside the course!


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Welcome, Motivations, Goals, & Resources

Lecture 2 Curriculum Overview

Lecture 3 Resources to Help You Succeed

Section 2: How Interviews Work

Lecture 4 Section Overview

Lecture 5 Polish Up Your Resume

Lecture 6 Update Your LinkedIn

Lecture 7 How To Get Interviews

Lecture 8 What Companies Are Looking For

Lecture 9 Use Glassdoor!

Lecture 10 Typical EE Interview Process

Lecture 11 Useful Resources

Lecture 12 Extra: Recruiting Firms

Section 3: Review of Electrical Fundamentals

Lecture 13 Section Overview

Lecture 14 Charge, Voltage, Current, and Resistance

Lecture 15 Energy and Power

Lecture 16 Alternating Current vs Direct Current

Lecture 17 Capacitance, Inductance, and Impedance

Lecture 18 Useful Resources

Section 4: Passive Components

Lecture 19 Section Overview

Lecture 20 Ideal Resistors

Lecture 21 Ideal Capacitors

Lecture 22 Ideal Inductors

Lecture 23 Real-World Resistors

Lecture 24 Real-World Capacitors

Lecture 25 Real-World Inductors

Section 5: Diodes

Lecture 26 Section Overview

Lecture 27 Standard PN Diodes

Lecture 28 Schottky Diodes

Lecture 29 Zener Diodes

Lecture 30 Light-Emitting Diodes

Lecture 31 Complex Diode Circuits

Section 6: MOSFETs

Lecture 32 Section Overview & MOSFET Basics

Lecture 33 Additional MOSFET Applications

Section 7: Ideal Operational Amplifiers

Lecture 34 Section Overview & Op-Amp Refresher

Lecture 35 Ideal Followers and Amplifiers

Lecture 36 Ideal Summers and Differentiators

Lecture 37 Weird Op-Amp Circuits

Section 8: Real-World Operational Amplifiers

Lecture 38 Section Overview & Real-World Op-Amp Refresher

Lecture 39 LM741 Deep Dive and Practice Questions

Section 9: Filters

Lecture 40 Section Overview & Filter Introduction

Lecture 41 Analog Filters

Lecture 42 Digital Filters

Section 10: Digital Communication Protocols

Lecture 43 Section Overview

Lecture 44 I2C

Lecture 45 SPI

Lecture 46 UART

Lecture 47 CAN

Lecture 48 PWM

Section 11: Power Electronics

Lecture 49 Section Overview

Lecture 50 DC/DC Linear Regulators

Lecture 51 DC/DC Switching Regulators

Lecture 52 AC/DC Converters

Lecture 53 Power Redundancy

Lecture 54 Motor Driver Circuits

Lecture 55 Protection Circuits

Lecture 56 Solar Cells

Lecture 57 Transformers

Section 12: Batteries

Lecture 58 Section Overview

Lecture 59 Capacity, Energy, and Voltage

Lecture 60 Cell Chemistries

Lecture 61 Discharge Capacity and Usable Energy

Lecture 62 State of Charge

Lecture 63 State of Health

Lecture 64 Charging

Section 13: Motors

Lecture 65 Introduction to Motors

Lecture 66 REQUIRED: Watch this YouTube video

Lecture 67 Brushed DC vs BLDC, and Motor Driver Circuits

Section 14: PCB Layout

Lecture 68 Succinct Guide to PCB Layout

Section 15: Software

Lecture 69 Software Overview

Lecture 70 Common C-Programming Questions

Lecture 71 Useful Resources

Section 16: Microcontrollers and Electrical Systems

Lecture 72 Section Overview

Lecture 73 Microcontrollers

Lecture 74 Electrical Systems

Section 17: Puzzles and Miscellaneous Technical Topics

Lecture 75 Puzzles/Miscellaneous Technical Topics

Section 18: Non-Technical Interviews

Lecture 76 Section Overview

Lecture 77 Your Two Minute Pitch

Lecture 78 Presentation On Yourself

Lecture 79 Tell Me About A Problem You’ve Solved

Lecture 80 Exercise: Problem You’ve Solved

Lecture 81 Tell Me About A Time When

Lecture 82 Asking Questions – SO IMPORTANT!

Section 19: Offer Stage

Lecture 83 Section Overview

Lecture 84 What To Do If You’re Rejected

Lecture 85 What Does An Offer Even Look Like?

Lecture 86 Negotiate Negotiate Negotiate!

Lecture 87 WATCH: How to negotiate!

Section 20: BONUS SECTION and Thank You

Lecture 88 What To Do Now

Anyone determined to skyrocket their market value and nail technical interviews,Any engineer, student, or maker, who wants to improve their whiteboard EE interviewing skills

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 10h 26m | 8.01 GB
Created by: Aria Tedjarati

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