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[vox-jobs] Linux, C, multi-threaded, middleware job in Sunnyvale, CA
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[vox-jobs] Linux, C, multi-threaded, middleware job in Sunnyvale, CA



 
 Hello guys, 
 
I am sending an email to let you know that one of my clients is looking
for a strong Unix/linux/C developer for a long-term project in
Sunnyvale. Here is a "brief" description of what they are looking for:
 
They need a strong Linux, C, developer. This is all middleware (i.e. not
at the driver/kernel level....and not at the application level either).
The other key is that they require people to have experience with
multi-threaded software experience.  This is in a wireless (Bluetooth)
group, although they don't require wireless experience. This is for
their next generation products that will be running on Linux.
 
Musts:
- Linux (2+ years)
- Unix (5+ years)
- C
- middleware
- multi-threaded software
 
They need people to work full-time/onsite.
 
Looking forward to hearing from you guys.
 
Regards,
 

Kevin D. Pierpoint
Branch Manager/Technical Recruiter
Oxford & Associates, Inc.
(408) 245-3915 x111

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Pierpoint 
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2007 10:42 AM
To: 'vox-jobs@lists.lugod.org'
Subject: RE: [vox-jobs] Unix, C, Webserver job opportunity

 Hello guys, 
 
I am sending an email to let you know that one of my clients is looking
for a strong Unix/linux/C developer for a long-term project in
Sunnyvale. Here is a "brief" description of what they are looking for:
 
They need a strong Linux, C, developer. This is all middleware (i.e. not
at the driver/kernel level....and not at the application level either).
The other key is that they require people to have experience with
multi-threaded software experience.  This is in a wireless (Bluetooth)
group, although they don't require wireless experience. This is for
their next generation products that will be running on Linux.
 
Musts:
- Linux (2+ years)
- Unix (5+ years)
- C
- middleware
- multi-threaded software
 
They need people to work full-time/onsite.
 
Looking forward to hearing from you guys.
 
Regards,
 


Kevin D. Pierpoint
Branch Manager/Technical Recruiter
Oxford & Associates, Inc.
(408) 245-3915 x111

-----Original Message-----
From: vox-jobs-bounces@lists.lugod.org
[mailto:vox-jobs-bounces@lists.lugod.org] On Behalf Of Bill Kendrick
Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 12:03 PM
To: vox-jobs@lists.lugod.org; Kevin Pierpoint
Subject: Re: [vox-jobs] Unix, C, Webserver job opportunity

On Wed, Dec 15, 2004 at 11:50:27AM -0800, Kevin Pierpoint wrote:
> Thanks BIll. Do you have a link?

Sure :^)

  http://www.svlug.org/
  http://www.svbug.com/   [note: .com, not .org]
  http://www.eblug.org/
  http://www.penlug.org/

They probably all have different rules about job postings, and different
facilities for doing it, but it shouldn't be too hard to figure out. :)

-bill!
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