ioBridge is releasing an open source web service for the Internet of Things in January 2011. We are reaching a point in the development where we are ready to battle test different microcontroller platforms connecting to the APIs. We are looking for someone to assist with firmware development for microcontrollers that are network connected via Ethernet or WiFi. The goals are to create headers and libraries that make the connection to the web services. This is a contract position for people looking to start immediately. Recommended experience / attributes: HTTP protocols, web services/APIs, WIZnet, and Zero G / Microchip Wireless, general hacking, (and +10 Charisma).
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