Software Development opportunities - High Availability / Embedded /Middleware / Linux

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by stephbt, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. stephbt

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    GoAhead Software is the worldwide leader in standards-based high
    availability solutions. The company offers high availability
    middleware for carrier-grade and mission critical systems and sells
    its solutions to telecom, media, and aerospace and defense equipment
    manufacturers. We are currently seeking Software Developers to join
    our growing team.

    Description:
    Responsibilities include taking an active role in the architecture,
    design, implementation, and test of complex high availability
    middleware in a cross-platform environment (primarily Linux).

    Qualifications:
    • 4+ years of experience designing, implementing complex system
    software in an embedded environment (primarily Linux)
    • Excellent proficiency in C with some exposure to C++
    • Experience with Linux kernel (CGL preferred), GNU tool chain,
    makefiles, and build tools
    • Experience in a SMP multi-core environment (threading, locks,
    scheduling)

    A complete job description can be found at:
    http://www.goahead.com/aboutus/careers.aspx#

    Questions and resumes should be submitted to:
    stephbt, Jan 10, 2010
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