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MEET OUR TEAM: Justin Moy, Software Engineer

Dec 1, 2011

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Justin joined Qualcomm in June 2010 after graduating from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Computer Science. Working in Qualcomm's CDMA Technologies division on the APT Multimedia Team, Justin gets to work on a little of everything - from camera testing to 3D graphics to writing code. Watch his video to get a first hand look into Justin's experience at Qualcomm.

Check out other employee profiles at www.qualcomm.com/careers/profiles.

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