March 07, 2013 @ 19:47 EST

Anyone looking for a kernel hacker?

For reasons I won't bother getting into here (other than to throw some token insults at Congress -- but they only hastened it along), I've been notified that, as of tomorrow and until further notice, I've been cut back to four day work weeks.

So it's time I kick myself into active job hunting. Anyone looking for an experienced software engineer that's highly proficient in C and is quite comfortable slicing and dicing low-level kernel (Linux, RTOSes) and device driver (Wireless Network, Sound, Printer, etc) code?

I've done high-level systems design, low-level board bringups, database backends, Web UIs, data mining, test engineering, you name it. Python, Perl, C, Shell, and Java. Javascript, C++, and even C# in a pinch. What I don't know, I pick up as needed.

My current resume is available, naturally.

I'm based out of Melbourne, Florida, but for some time I've been wanting an excuse to move on.

It can't hurt to try, eh?


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