Looking for a Freelance Linux driver specialist

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For one of our customers we are looking for a experienced linux driver
developer on a freelance basis

Minimum experience
5 years of very strong Linux development.
Educational background
IT education (University education in software engineering with
outstanding academic grades, or equivalent work experience).

* Working knowledge of the Linux kernel. Fully competent level in the
development of low-level software (drivers) for specific
wireless-based applications. Examples of such developments are LCD
frame buffers drivers, WiFi Ethernet drivers, USB driver bootloader,
SDRAM initialisation, power management, bootloader customisation, etc.
* Knowledge and understanding of Software development life cycle, with
particular focus on software development, programming and testing
* Effective knowledge of code debugging, optimisation (performance,
memory, threading).
* Highly-desirable skills: Linux, TCP/IP, performance tuning &
testing, multithreading, embedded software, memory management,
non-functional requirements, etc.

Location of work: Belgium full-time
Date of start ASP
Duration until September 2004, on time and material base

Send CV and Rate to

Brigitte Weerts
The Force _ IT Professionals BV


Re: Looking for a Freelance Linux driver specialist
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 09:39:39 +0100, The Force - Technische embedded IT

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Because posting your request again the next day will help that out.
Alex Pavloff - remove BLAH to email
Software Engineer, ESA Technology

Re: Looking for a Freelance Linux driver specialist
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You could have stopped this post right there. All the other material
you listed is irrelevant for a "freelance" consultant job. It's
material that gives HR warm fuzzies, but it has no meaning to a
freelance job.

Anybody who can satisfy the criterion of "experienced linux driver
developer" can show a portfolio and perhaps give some references.

Also, further down in your message you said it was a fulltime
position. What is it - freelance (implies per-project employment) or
fulltime (payrolled)?

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