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Graduate or PhD level C / Unix Developer (22384)

North Cambridge
to £40k DoE + benefits + options

C coding, Solaris / Linux / Open Source, Low level / drivers ideally

Are you an ambitious and highly qualified graduate with a very impressive academic record and a passion for C coding? Can you offer a solid knowledge of Unix, Linux or similar (ideally Solaris, Illumos or similar open source platforms)? If so, read on ...

With continued growth, this highly successful international company now seek additional bright and motivated Junior C / Unix Software Developers to join the team. This is a great opportunity to rapidly progress your career and further develop your skills as part of a small and friendly "techie" focused team.

You will apply your expertise as a member of their core Cambridge R&D team working alongside a range of bright C / Unix Gurus. This small team of innovative techies focus on Solaris / Illumos kernel development, platform support and performance enhancement for next-generation systems.

If you are passionate about C and low-level Unix / Linux / Solaris or similar, driver level applications, apply today!

Keywords: Solaris, Illumos, configuration management / performance tuning, programming in C for optimised systems, source code control system and debug tools, hardware drivers, Solaris, Linux or BSD based open source projects, Illumos or OpenZFS, Solaris / Illumos, Linux or BSD kernel development, device driver or other hardware related software development, Linux or FreeBSD kernel and other core subsystems, performance optimisation, virtualization (Xen, KVM, Zones, Containers), distributed systems, disk file systems, network file systems.

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