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Hiring Linux Kernel hackers

- April 22, 2012 - 0 Comments

Just in case you didn’t see my tweet: my group is hiring!

We need some Linux kernel hackers for some high-performance networking stuff.  This includes MPI and other verticals.

I believe that the official job description is still working its way through channels before it appears on the official external Cisco job-posting site, but the gist of it is Linux kernel work for Cisco x86 servers (blades and rack-mount) and NICs in high performance networking scenarios.

Are you interested?  If so, send me an email with your resume — I’m jsquyres at cisco dot com.

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