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[BLU/Discuss] Linux kernel consultant needed - long-term contract

My client in MA is looking for a mid to Sr level software engineer with
Linux kernel skills. This is a long-term contract 6 mth minimum more
likely 12+ mths. I have included descriptions about the project as
This is a Linux low level (close to the hardware) systems work.
Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations  Mid/Senior level software
developer responsible for design and development of user mode device
drivers and system utilities of Broadcom or Sigma Designs chips
platforms based on the Linux operating system. 
* Candidate is expected to have a history of design and implementation
of Linux device-drivers and or system utilities in a fast paced

* 5+ years experience with C, C++ or assembly-language programming for
* 3+ years experience designing, developing and implementing Linux
and/or Unix device drivers.
* willing to do debug and code optimization, boot sequencing, linking,
initial down loader, and performance tuning type work
- The candidate must be adaptable, flexible and willing to take on new
* The candidate must be a team player, and must be able to work with
multiple engineering and cross-functional teams.
Please forward your confidential resume to me at the email address
below. Please note your resume will not go anywhere without your prior


John Spencer
(978) 256-1113 ext 7608
jspencer at 

"Your Optimal partner for full-lifecycle engineering services in
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