Linux Device Driver, Linux Kernel Module Developer - 5 packets per second

Linux Device Driver, Linux Kernel Module Developer - 5 packets per second

Post by Larry Bergstro » Sat, 17 Mar 2001 11:36:02



 Linux Device Driver, Linux Kernel Module Developer - Enter this pre-IPO
environment and find a massive demand for an ultra fast solution. This web
server farm is designed for 50,000 on-line users concurrently interacting
with one another transacting 5 packets per second (3 upload and 2 download
per second) per user. The solution: Find the bug which currently creates a
lock-up and total black screen. Fix the bug. Complete the Red Hat Linux
kernel module and improve upon it's performance and take it from there. This
entire on-line software application is in straight C code on Linux. Free
coffee. Kitchen across the hall. Really exciting and BIG opportunity to be a
hero.  Contractor and full-time direct positions available.

Required Skills: 2-3 years of recent and current Unix device driver
development experience. Computer Science degree.
Desired Skills: Development of Red Hat Linux device driver or Linux kernel
module development

Start Date: ASAP
Type: - Contract - Permanent -

pre-IPO stock options

Benefits: Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Disability
Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave, Flex Time

Location: Fort Worth , TX - Hurst, TX

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To apply, please call, and/or email resume to:

Larry Bergstrom
Computer Staff, LLC
1701 W. Northwest Highway
Grapevine, Texas 76051-8105

OFFICE metro  (817) 329-5009
FAX   (817) 329-5091
HOME  (817) 251-2029
MOBILE  (817) 723-4298
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Information Technology Contract & Permanent Placement Services
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1. Ft. Worth - Linux Kernel Module Programmer - Unix kernel modules & Unix device drivers

Linux Kernel Module Programmer - A very loose environment, casual attire,
needs an intermediate to advanced Linux Kernel Module Programmer
immediately for a critical role. This person must have specific experience
in programming Unix kernel modules or drivers and TCP/sockets, preferably
with Linux kernel modules or drivers, or an understanding or experience of
parallel and distributed processing. Program a Linux kernal module to
fulfill the need for a routing program performing communications and shared
server resource management on web servers. These programming tasks are below
the socket level, but some manipulation of sockets is part of the tasks.
This person will perform cutting edge server applications development in a
parallel and distributed environment. This experience is a huge resume
boost.

Required Skills: MUST HAVE experience in programming a Unix or Linux KERNAL
MODULE or DRIVER! ... and C / Unix, networks and protocols, an innovative
mind that enjoys thinking out of the box, good work ethic, work well alone,
self motivated, requires little supervision.

Desired Skills: parallel and distributed processing.

Start Date: ASAP

Type: - Permanent -

Pay Range: $60,000 - $65,000 Annual
+stock options

Benefits: Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Disability
Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave, Stock Options, Flex Time

Location: Ft. Worth , TX - Hurst, TX
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TO APPLY, PLEASE CALL OR FORWARD RESUME TO:

Larry Bergstrom
Computer Staff, LLC
1701 W. Northwest Highway
Grapevine, Texas 76051-8105

OFFICE metro  (817) 329-5009
FAX   (817) 329-5091
WEBSITE:  http://www.compstaffonline.com/listings.html
HOME  (817) 251-2029
MOBILE  (817) 723-4298
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Information Technology Contract & Permanent Placement Services
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
ALL RESUME RESPONDENTS ARE HELD CONFIDENTIAL
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