Sujit K M | 26 Aug 05:39 2015

Looking For Work!!!

Hi All,

I am currently looking for work. I have good skills in product
development on Linux/Unix. I have indepth knowledge of
C/C++/Java/SQL/NoSQL/UI/Javascript. I have indepth knowledge
of Cent OS, Open Suse and Redhat Linux. I have indepth Knowledge
of FreeBSD/NetBSD/Solaris and Windows Operating Systems.

I have prior done consulting work on Linux Kernel on Vytta and
FreeBSD application Layer.

Resume/Work experience available on request.

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Rui Paulo | 4 Aug 20:36 2015

FreeBSD hacker - San Jose, CA


The startup I work for is looking for FreeBSD hackers.  We're looking for competent engineers that can solve
performance, scalability and concurrency problems.  Please send me your CV if you're interested and
don't hesitate to contact me if you have more questions.

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Luiz Gustavo S. Costa | 27 Jul 19:33 2015

My professional summary -- FreeBSD works !


My name is Luiz Gustavo (aka gugabsd), have been working for years with
Linux and BSD systems and always try to be active in the open source community
in general.

I participate in some projects and have several aid materials with FreeBSD
(mostly in portuguese)

I would like to take this email to promote my professional resume for
future consulting
opportunities in the area.

Any questions just call me



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ICQ: 2890831 / Gtalk: gustavo.bsd <at>
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Jack Vogel | 24 Jul 19:52 2015

FreeBSD Src Committer Dev looking for New Position

I reside in the Portland Oregon area, and would prefer not to move, but
is possible for the right opportunity. While I have been doing network
drivers specifically
for FreeBSD for some time, I also work and use Linux on a daily basis, and
have worked
with many kernel subsystems on many major Unix variants in the past.


Thanks for your consideration.

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Wojciech A. Koszek | 11 Jul 01:31 2015

Twin Prime Inc.: 2 networking positions, startup, Redwood City, CA


Twin Prime Inc. is looking for 2 people in the networking space to help
our engineering team with some of the technical challenges we have
in building our infrastructure. Descriptions:

We have 2-digit headcount now. Team consists of ex-AT&T, ex-Cisco,
ex-Juniper networking engineers.

Technical work is in 3 spaces: mobile element talking to a distributed
network of accelerators around the world a database element.  It's all based
on the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack.

Feel free to contact me directly if you're interested.

---- From LinkedIn ----
Twin Prime, Inc. We are looking for a passionate platform engineer! Here is
a description: Provide technical leadership and actively build/design high
performance networking software spanning traditional backend Linux platforms
and mobile platforms. Some of the facets of the role include: -- developing
new innovations around transport technologies -- deep experience with packet
and protocol level issues -- ability to work with mobile and vanilla
Linux/BSD flavored transport protocol stacks -- experience with building
high performance proxies -- deep understanding of network performance
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Sujit K M | 23 Jun 09:45 2015

Looking For Work


I am an open source developer attached with a diverse set of open
source projects like FreeBSD/NetBSD and Linux. I am expert Developer
Have a lot of skills right from Web Development to Kernel Tuning on UNIX,
I mean a lot of OS like FreeBSD/NetBSD and Linux, Also with UNIX like
AIX/Solaris/HP-UX. I am expert Admin on x86/x86_64 Processors. I have
close to a decade of experience in Opensource and About 7 Years of
professional Experience. I am highly skilled with build options on GNU
Tools/Automating Builds. I am very skilled in Automation as Dev Op or
in Test Automation.

Currently Looking only for Remote Opportunities.

Resume :

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Muhammad Moinur Rahman | 17 Jun 13:54 2015

Looking for work

Hi All,

I am currently looking for work specifically for remote jobs but in good
terms I am willing to relocate from Bangladesh to any other countries. I am
a Network & System Engineer with nearly 8+ years of experience. Primary job
role is to maintain large Service Providers Network consisting of
Cisco/Juniper/SDN networks additionally maintaining different services and
servers required to build, maintain and monitor the network infrastructure.
I am a Cisco Certified Network Professional and Cisco Certified
Internetwork Professional.

Beside that I have a long experience of working with Cloud/Virtualized
infrastructure using Vmware/Openstack/Ganetti/Xen. In my leisure time I
enjoy porting for FreeBSD ports nearly maintaining 480+ ports.

Resume available on request.

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Rodrigo OSORIO | 10 Jun 00:34 2015

Job opportunity : France - Permanent Position - Sysadmin


There is a vacant position for a system administrator in the south of 
Paris (92). This is a permanent position (CDI).

The company is a small SME (PME), driving a b2b directory website.

About the position :
Reliably operate the company website infrastructure. Design and build 
infrastructure components, networks, and datacenter deployment.

Qualifications :
- FreeBSD administration (ZFS, Jails) and virtualisation
- scripting (Python, shell, perl)
- Cisco familiarity
- Web architecture knowledge (Apache, Tomcat)
- Speak french

If you are interested by the position or want to ask any question,
please contact Jeremie Freund <j.freund <at>> from 
computer futures, a french recruitment agency.

- rodrigo
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Sujit K M | 19 May 13:34 2015

Looking for work

Hi All,

I am currently looking for work. I am an Linux/Solaris/AIX/FreeBSD
Application space Developer with about 7 years of experience.
I have in-depth knowledge of Java/C++ based object oriented programming.
I have in-depth knowledge of Oracle/MySQL/NoSQL primarily MongoDB.

I am also an very good System/Network/Database Admin/Architect.

Not to say I have a very good Network/Database Design Track Record.
Also I have very good skillsin UML/Javascript/jQuery/UI(XSLT/XHMTL/HTML/

I am an expert SOA Developer.

Looking for remote jobs only.

Resume available on request.

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sys admin - South Central Pennsylvania

My name is LASZLO and I am a FreeBSD user since 4.3 (around 2001, 2002)
I started using FreeBSD as a desktop OS then on servers as well. My colleagues usually prefer Linux but I am
pushing BSD wherever possible :-)
Currently I work as a IP/System Engineer for a telco company in Budapest, Hungary, and almost all my life I
have been working for telecommunication companies.My wife finished her studies in Budapest and she
wants to move home to York, PA,  I'm moving with her on 24th of June. This means that I have roughly a month to
pack up in Europe and find a job in South Central Pennsylvania, or Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia or
somewhere in this area. Preferably a System Administrator job with BSD/Linux requirements.
Here is a short list of my experience:   
   - System administration: BSD (mostly FreeBSD and PC-BSD but I am open minded to any BSD flavor), Linux
(Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS), OS-X and some Windows   

   - Services: Nginx, Apahe, HAproxy, Pure-FTPd, vsftpd, Samba, Icecast and Wowza media servers, DNS,
MySQL, DHCP, ALTQ, Traffic Control, sendmail, qmail   

   - Virtualization: VMware (vSphere, vCenter), VirtualBox   

   - Development: UNIX shell, PHP, MySQL, CSS, HTML, Git, Eclipse   

   - Networking: pf, iptables, TCP/IP, Mikrotik, dd-wrt, OpenWrt, Huawei and Cisco   

   - Monitoring: Munin, Nagios, Icinga, Cacti   

   - Storage:  FreeNAS, Huawei SAN&NAS    

   - Hardware: Dell and IBM Rack Servers, various hardware and software RAID
Feel free to share the information above with who ever you wish.Thank you!
Danielisz ----------------------------------------------E-mail: laszlo.danielisz <at> or lacibsd <at> gmail.comWeb:
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Tom Bird | 6 May 12:34 2015

Vacancy - FreeBSD Kernel Developer - Feltham, Middlesex

I am working on behalf of a large blue chip company in recruiting a Developer with expertise in FreeBSD
Kernel Development.  I have included some details below.  Feel free to get in touch on 01628 771 811 for more
information on the company and role responsibilities if you are interested.

If this role is unsuitable for you, then please feel free to pass it on to someone you know.

What is the job title?
FreeBSD Kernel Developer

Where is the job?
Feltham, London

What is the salary package?
£40,000 to £60,000 per annum basic salary, plus benefits including 8% pension, private medical
insurance, 25 days holiday, gym membership and a host of other perks.

The role:
My client is a well-respected multinational organisation based in Feltham, and they require the services
of an experienced FreeBSD Kernel Developer. The area of the business you will be working for specialises
in; delivering collaboration infrastructure, call controls, gateways and conferencing bridges in a
tightly integrated solution, alongside clients and endpoints that together produce an
enterprise-grade collaboration experience.

- You will have strong knowledge and experience of developing, debugging and maintaining FreeBSD kernel
and drivers.
- Be able to quickly adapt to work within a small, tightly knit team of high calibre engineers
- Be familiar with revision control tools, concepts, etc.
- The candidate should understand how an application interacts with the OS, how to maximise performance,
be able to benchmark effectively to find and address bottlenecks.
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