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Python Guru needed in San Jose!

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Start the New Year off with a new Python job!

Cisco Systems <http://www.cisco.com/ (San Jose, CA)

Posted 16-Nov-2006

Technical Leader I (759661)

Description

We are looking for a Software Development Engineer who will work in
development of a new Cisco product. Architect and develop high
performance Linux embedded drivers and software. Product implements
networked services delivery including streaming and other real time
protocols. Candidate must have demonstrated deep understanding of Linux
OS and developed networking software on Linux. Work in a startup
environment inside a corporate company.

* Proven track record of major contributions to successful
commercial Linux Real Time software development efforts.
* Strong Linux/Unix background (System Administration background
helpful)
* Ability to write scripts in some administrative language (TCL,
Perl, Python, a shell)
* A self starter able to work with a minimal supervision
* Uses acquired professional knowledge to determine method for
issue resolution.
* Uses expertise and creativity for innovative product
recommendation and solutions

Typically requires BSEE/CS or equivalent with 10+ years relevant
experience in internetworking technologies and applications.

* Contact: Brent Rogers, Recruiter
* Email: br******@cisco.com
* Phone: 469-255-0254



Brent Rogers
Recruiter
Talent Acquisition and Management

br******@cisco.com
Phone :469-255-0254
Mobile :469-223-2085
Cisco Systems. Inc.
2200 E. President George Bush
Richardson, TX, 75082
United States
www.cisco.com/jobs



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