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Australian Startup Looing for C/C++/Linux Software Engineers - GENEROUS $$$

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Apologies for the blatant misuse of the group but this may well be of
interest to a lot of people here.

We are looking for the following. Must be able to work in Sydney,
Australia.

- Senior software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++; embedded
experience; Linux experience necessary (kernel level would be nice);
audio +DSP experience highly valued but not necessary

- Senior software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++; GUI experience
necessary on Windows + all standard Windows related themes such as MFC,
..NET, COM, etc; Win CE highly desirable; Linux GUI development highly
desirable

- TCP/IP software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++; TCP/IP software
development experience on Windows; all standard Windows related themes
such as MFC, .NET, etc

- Test engineer with 5 years+ experience testing large scale C/C++
software systems

- Embedded Linux specialist with kernel and device driver experienc

Please contact peter (at) geckoaudio (dot) com.

Apr 13 '06 #1
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pe***@geckoaudio.com wrote:
- Senior software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++
- Senior software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++
- TCP/IP software eng: 5 years+ experience in C/C++
- Test engineer with 5 years+ experience


Well I'm always wondering what guys like you think about where people
should get their experience from.
Apr 13 '06 #2

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Mike,

I should have added that we would love to hear from anyone who is
confident that they are capable in these areas, the "5 years" is merely
a rough guide to indicate the calibre of person we are after.

We have hired a number of undergraduates in the past (while they were
still exactly that) who have turned out to be brilliant engineers.I
would rather hire a "geek" who plays with his linux box at home than an
average engineer. (no offence intended , I am a big geek myself).

Peter.

Apr 13 '06 #3

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pe***@geckoaudio.com wrote:
We have hired a number of undergraduates in the past (while they were
still exactly that) who have turned out to be brilliant engineers.I
would rather hire a "geek" who plays with his linux box at home than
an average engineer. (no offence intended , I am a big geek myself).

You'd think a geek would know better than to spam, but there you have
it.

Brian
Apr 13 '06 #4

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