Sujit K M | 19 May 13:34 2015
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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/
CSS/SASS/SGML/YAML/XML).

I am an expert SOA Developer.

Looking for remote jobs only.

Resume available on request.

Regards,
Sujit K M
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sys admin - South Central Pennsylvania

Hi,
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!
Laszlo
Danielisz ----------------------------------------------E-mail: laszlo.danielisz <at> yahoo.com or lacibsd <at> gmail.comWeb: danielisz.wordpress.com
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Tom Bird | 6 May 12:34 2015
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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.

Responsibilities:
- 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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Sean Kelly | 21 Apr 17:38 2015

Job Opportunity: FlightAware - Permanent position - Systems Engineer - Houston, TX US

I have an opening for a FreeBSD Systems Engineer at FlightAware. This is a permanent position located at our
headquarters in Houston, TX.

Contact me if you are interested.

About FlightAware:
FlightAware is the largest aviation web site in the world (serving >100M pages/month). FlightAware needs
talented and motivated IT professionals to reliably and consistently operate FlightAware's large
infrastructure of FreeBSD servers and Apple desktops in Houston, New York, and London. FlightAware's
culture has been created around dedication to users and customers while having a good time doing it. There
is no bureaucracy to slow down customer response or innovation with the exception of redundancy, and
standard tests to ensure reliability and accuracy.

About the Position:
Reliably operate FlightAware's infrastructure. Design and build infrastructure components,
networks, and datacenter deployments to support FlightAware's growth.
• Maintain and grow FlightAware global infrastructure. (FreeBSD servers, routers, custom software)
• Manage FlightAware Corporate IT systems and support internal users (OS X) in Houston and New York.
• Develop expansion and growth plans, purchase datacenter equipment.
• Serve on-call (24x7) for infrastructure or operational problems.
• Manage Asterisk VoIP PBX

Qualifications:
• Strong UNIX skills (FreeBSD preferred)
• Cisco IOS familiarity
• Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
• Worked successfully in a small company, entrepreneurial environment; must be a self-starter
• Understanding of the FlightAware web site

If you have any questions, please contact me or check out the posting<http://flightaware.com/about/careers/position/systems_engineer>.
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Adrienne White (adrwhite | 17 Apr 18:03 2015
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Job Opportunity : Cisco - Permanent Positon – Kernel Developer - UK


Hi,

I have a vacancy for a FreeBSD Kernel Developer based at Cisco. This is a permanent position and based in the
UK near London

Contact me directly if you are interested in this opportunity.

Software Engineer – Kernel and Virtualisation Expert

The Business Entity
Cisco is changing the way we work, live, play and learn. If your desire to work with leading-edge technology
is matched by your drive to succeed in a highly collaborative, fast paced and global environment the Cisco
Development Organization (CDO) is the right opportunity for you. CITG deliver collaboration
infrastructure – call control, gateways and conferencing bridges – in a tightly integrated
solution, alongside clients and endpoints that together produce an enterprise-grade collaboration
experience. 

The Team
Based in Bedfont Lakes, Feltham, the Media Products Group has become a specialist R&D center for the design
and implementation of the most technologically advanced video conferencing infrastructure solutions
available in the market today. 
The Agile Development teams in CDO play a crucial role in achieving this and work as part of the R&D
organization alongside the hardware and software development engineers. As a member of a scrum team you
will play an integral part in the R&D process working on new products and technology throughout the full
product development lifecycle (requirements capture, through design and implementation to system
testing and integration). Products are designed, for Enterprise and Cloud deployment, from the ground
up with test in mind with an emphasis on scalability, performance, interoperability and usability. 

Role & Responsibilities
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Jim Martin | 31 Mar 15:41 2015

System Administrator - ISC

System Administrator

Background

Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) is a 501(C)3 Non-Profit that develops commercial ­quality
open­source software for the Internet Community and operates F-Root, one of the 13 DNS Root Server
instances. ISC has a proud history in the development of the Internet, with many of the DNS and DHCP
­related standards in use today written by current or past employees and well over a decade of providing
Root DNS services to the global Internet community.

Job Description

ISC is looking for a self-driven, hands-on Systems Administrator with an interest to learn and aptitude in
Unix Systems Administration. This role will augment ISC’s strong existing Operations staff,
initially focusing on the normalizing of ISC’s many deployed systems, but more generally helping with
many day-to-day Operational tasks. This is a hands-on learning position helping improve core
infrastructure in support of ISC’s Public-Benefit Mission.
Duties will include:

	• Day-to-day systems administration tasks for a large global installation of Unix systems
	• Hands-on system deployment in our Bay Area Data Centers.
	• Developing and maintaining documentation and reports
	• Participation in an on-call rotation for both ISC’s customer support department as well as ISC’s
on-call 24 Hour NOC. This includes occasionally responding to after-hours emergencies on-site

Factors and Traits Required for Candidates:

	• FreeBSD and/or Linux experience
	• Experience taking ownership of issues to completion.
	• Ability to read and understand, as well as update where necessary,  technical documentation and
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Matt Dooner | 24 Mar 10:42 2015
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Consulting: Embedded FreeBSD ARM Configuration / Development

Hello,

I am currently looking for someone with experience with embedded FreeBSD on
ARM to help myself and a client get networking up on an am335x-based SoM.
We are based in Glasgow, UK and my client is a manufacturer of industrial
wireless equipment. An ideal candidate will be based in the UK or Europe,
but we will also consider candidates further afield based on experience. We
can make arrangements for remote working.

It's possible that we just need help getting the configuration correct, but
it is also possible that some driver development wil be required. You can
find more details about the issue on the freebsd-net mailing list:
https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-net/2015-March/041660.html

Please get in touch if you'd be interested in taking on this work.

Regards,
Matt Dooner
Dooner Consulting Ltd
http://www.doonerconsulting.com
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Charlie Qazi | 18 Mar 09:37 2015

FreeBSD four month contract - immediate start

Hi guys,



I’m currently looking for FreeBSD specialists, with development experience with; C/C++and high
security experience, to start immediately for an four month contract with an interactive game company
based in Berlin, Germany.



Excellent day rate and benefits available!



Please get in touch for more details!



Many thanks,

Charlie Qazi
Delivery Consultant

Jefferson Wolfe Ltd
7 Henrietta Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2E 8PS

DDI:       0044 (0) 20 3056 5960
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Sean Schluntz | 11 Mar 21:13 2015

FreeBSD SysAdmin part time position opening in Berkeley CA

Hello,

I'm searching for candidates to replace me in a part time contract gig I no
longer have the time to support. It is the non-profit radio station KPFA
and I average 4 hours a week. Most of the work is remote and can be done on
your own schedule, but it would need to be a SF Bay Area person so they
could respond in the case of system failure. Most of the systems are 5
blocks from downtown Berkeley BART and there is one colo server in the SF
Bay Area.

I took over the environment about 6 months ago, so I've been documenting
what is there but don't know everything by a long shot. I'll hand over all
documentation I've created so far and won't be disappearing so whoever
takes over the role can reach out if they have questions.

The systems I work with most are FreeBSD 7.4 and 8.4. Due to FCC
regulations some of the boxes need to be online during specific hours (when
new content is being broadcast) so upgrading them will require building a
new system, porting the tools and then switching over. It's something I've
investigated but not had the time to address. There is one Ubuntu box I
work with, but it's primary job is to be a desktop and host USB drives for
backups.

The person would need to know:

   - Standard networking (routing IP to multiple subnets)
   - FreeBSD 7, 8
   - Linux (generic)
   - Good enough at the following investigate issues and help/be hands on
   for external developers
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FreeBSD Kernel Developer - 6 Month Initial Contract - London

Hi,
I'm forwarding an e-mail which has been sent to me regarding a position from the topic:

Hi Laszlo,I am writing to make you aware of a new CONTRACT vacancy that I am currently recruiting for. Please
see the details below and further instructions if you would like to apply for the position. 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

How long is the contract?
6 Month contract
 
What is the daily rate?
£350 to £425 per day

The role:
My client is a well-respected multinational organisation based in Feltham, and they require the services
of an experienced FreeBSD Kernel Developer on an initial 6 month contract. 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.

Responsibilities of the role;
-    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
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Charlie Qazi | 5 Mar 16:53 2015

FreeBSD Developer position in Berlin

Hi guys,

I’m currently looking for FreeBSD specialists, with development experience with; C/C++, for an
interactive game company based in Berlin, Germany.

Excellent salary and benefits available!


Many thanks,

Charlie Qazi
Delivery Consultant

Jefferson Wolfe Ltd
7 Henrietta Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2E 8PS

DDI:       0044 (0) 20 3056 5960
Web:     www.jeffersonwolfe.com<http://www.jeffersonwolfe.com/>
Email:    c.qazi <at> jeffersonwolfe.com<mailto:c.qazi <at> jeffersonwolfe.com>
Skype:  
charlie.qazi1



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