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Embedded Linux Developer – Bug Labs @ Adafruit Jobs Board

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The Adafruit jobs boards are taking off! Here’s today’s featured job!

You are an experienced Linux developer – kernel work, driver internals, udev and hotplug skills, shell scripting and C programming. You also understand modern, embedded mobile devices. Are we looking for a unicorn? The elusive Yeti? We are on the hunt!

REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

  • Embedded mobile (Linux and/or Android) development, C programming, and shell scripting proficiency
  • Linux 2.6 kernel sysfs/device tree knowledge
  • Kernel experience in an embedded architecture (like PPC, MIPS, or ARM). Let’s get serious here – our first choice here is ARM based platform experience. Even better, if its OMAP experience
  • Familiarity with Linux usb stack would be a plus too
  • GNU tools/Cross-compiling experience

Bonus Round:

  • You are a wireless data aficionado with modern/embedded wireless experience with mobile telephony and mobile data technology. You’ve got knowledge of air interfaces, like HSPA, EVDO and 3G or 4G (LTE, WiMAX). Or maybe its short- range wireless protocols, including Bluetooth, WiFi, and other 802.11 standards… How about service/process communication, mobile applications
  • You know your way around board design, with layout and schematic capture skill.
  • Experience and participation with open source project(s) a big plus.

Submit your resume, cover letter and applicable stuffs. Tell us why we need you! Help us get to know you.

Respond here!


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