Charlie Qazi | 29 Jan 14:47 2015

Free BSD jobs in Germany

Hi guys,


I’m currently looking to network with Free BSD specialists, as I'm working with industry leading
clients across innovative sectors across Europe, specializing in the German market.

If you’re interested, please do not hesitate to get in touch for more details, please either send an email
to: c.qazi <at> jeffersonwolfe.com<mailto:c.qazi <at> jeffersonwolfe.com> or alternatively I’m always
available on Skype: charlie.qazi1.



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:r.long <at> jeffersonwolfe.com>
Skype:   charlie.qazi1

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Joseph Eubel | 29 Jan 12:25 2015

FreeBSD Specialists Required!

Hi all,

I hope you are well. I am looking to network with guys with software and driver development under freebsd,
C/C++ and ideally knowledge in an it-security.

I am working on behalf of a well-known consumer electronics company in Berlin and I would welcome the
opportunity to speak with you. Even if you are not actively seeking anything new, your expertise in this
market could prove beneficial.

If you are not interested, are you able to recommend anybody else to me? We are able to provide you with a
generous cash bonus for successful referrals.

Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon,

Kind Regards,

Joe Eubel
Senior Recruitment 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:  
j.eubel <at> jeffersonwolfe.com<mailto:r.long <at> jeffersonwolfe.com>

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Alfred Perlstein | 18 Jan 05:06 2015

Senior Engineer + Support (L3)

Folks, this is a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor as Norse begins to launch products.

We are looking someone with a strong technical background who also likes to build tools and to help out
customers.  This is the first hire into the role so the hope is that you lead and grow the organization.

Senior Technical Support Engineer

Location: San Mateo, CA

Overview:
We are seeking a qualified, motivated, and experienced technical support engineer with excellent
customer skills and technical depth to interface with engineering to resolve user issues. We are an
extremely fast-paced, security-driven company.

Description:
A ground-floor opportunity for a Technical Support Engineer. L2/L3 trouble-shooting of security cloud
product in the Internet threat intelligence space. Work closely with engineering, sales engineering,
and customers to troubleshoot both POCs and production problems.

Qualifications:
4+ years experience.
Unix command line.
Configuring routing on network.
Scripting (shell, python, perl, etc).
FAMP web Stack.
APIs for the web including HTTP, XML, JSON and XML RPC.
Troubleshooting, installing, and configuring, OSS including FAMP and CMSs.
Experience at enterprise security vendor or hands-on with security products desired.
Preferred Skills:
FreeBSD
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Brooklin Gore | 15 Jan 00:56 2015
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ESnet at Lawrence Berkeley Lab wants you

ESnet <http://www.es.net> operates one of the world's fastest networks in
support of the Department of Energy's many science missions.

We're looking for a system administrator with strong FreeBSD chops to join
our infrastructure team.

If you like working with other top-notch technologists in a lab setting,
you can't beat Berkeley for a great work/life balance.

Serious candidates may apply here
<https://lbl.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=80434>.

~Brooklin
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Ganbold Tsagaankhuu | 13 Jan 09:40 2015
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Looking for remote FreeBSD related work

Hi,

I'm still looking for remote work related to FreeBSD. It can be either full
time or part time job, as well as contract based work. I can work from home
in Mongolia and anything related to FreeBSD OS, including system
administration, developing codes etc. would be great.

CV -> http://people.freebsd.org/~ganbold/ganbold_resume.pdf
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Bill Moran | 13 Jan 23:18 2015

Looking for work


I'm currently looking for a work. Preferrably long-term, full-time, but
I'd be interested in contract and/or part-time (optionally telecommuting)
work until the right opportunity comes along.

While not a requirement, I'm interested in the prospect of relocating
away from Pittsburgh, even outside the US. Moving to a new place to
experience new things and possibly even learn a new language is something
that interests me.

I have a resume available here:
http://www.gamesbybill.com/William_Moran_resume.pdf

My linkedIn profile is significantly more detailed, if interested:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/WilliamMoranJr1

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Jason Hellenthal | 11 Dec 16:58 2014

Open Position for an IS Infrastructure Manager

We have an open position for IS Infrastructure Manager, within our primarily virtualized FreeBSD environment.

IS Infrastructure Manager

The role of the IS Infrastructure Manager is to architect, maintain, and manage LPI’s IS
infrastructure, in a Unix environment and FreeBSD operating system. Day-to-day management and support
includes server & storage platforms, networking (WAN/LAN), phone systems, development/QA
environments, user workstation environments, video conferencing, and all related monitoring,
reporting, and documentation. This position also provides leadership / management to the IS staff
dedicated to infrastructure support, ensuring excellent levels of IS support service are provided to
internal customers.

Job Duties:

        • Ensure the performance, reliability, availability and security of all IS systems. Provides
day-to-day operational execution both hands-on and through team members to ensure all systems are kept
running optimally.
        • Develops and maintains a strong infrastructure team composed of the local LAN admins and corporate IS
infrastructure personnel. Mentors, coaches and develops immediate staff. Provides weekly direction
by goal setting, planning, and motivating staff. Provides routine performance feedback both regularly
and through the Performance Check-In process. Assist staff in creating and implementing career
development plans.
        • Maintains and fosters vendor relationships for infrastructure products and services. Negotiates
with vendors. Price comparisons are necessary to measure current standard and possible areas for improvement.
        • Implement and maintain standards and procedures as necessary to gain efficiencies, fostering an IS
culture of continuous improvement.
        • Architect and deploy new IS systems and upgrades.
        • Develop and maintain documentation of all IS systems, standards and procedures.
        • Serves as the escalation and communication point for any site-wide or critical IS infrastructure issues.
        • Completes cost analysis and justification for new infrastructure expenditures.
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Martin Laflamme | 29 Nov 04:19 2014

Little Contract - Installing a Port! :D

Hello,

I've been fighting for 2 weeks with the installation of a port.  I require someone with expert knowledge of
installation of programs on FreeBSD who also knows how to compile from source.  Please note the issue does
not necessarily need to be "fixed" but I definitely require proof of where the problem lies:

- port?
- source?
- FreeBSD 10.1?

The port in question is Postgis 21 or from source:  2.1.4.  Of course, I'd rather the installation be from
port.  Please quote your rate - I'll give you root access.  Or, if you have me fix the problem without having to
log in, even better.

FreeBSD references:

https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=195483
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=195090

Postgis website reference:

http://trac.osgeo.org/postgis/ticket/3003

Pastbin references:

Make install clean from port version 21

 http://pastebin.com/hALMbGvD

From Source Version 2.1.4 - CONFIGURE:
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Jason Hellenthal | 10 Oct 18:20 2014
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[4LPi.com] Position open for Infrastructure Team Lead


Good Afternoon Everyone,

We currently have a position open for a Infrastructure Team Lead in a largely oriented FreeBSD based environment.

For more information read below and visit the link at the end of this message to apply. We look forward to
hearing from you.

The Infrastructure Team Lead for LPi is directly responsible for the direction of all company technology
infrastructure. The incumbent will specify, engineer, and build new systems, as well as assist in the
monitoring, maintaining, and supporting the existing company computer systems, data networks, and
telecommunication systems. The Infrastructure Team Lead will work as an individual contributor 80% of
the time, but will also provide direction and assistance to other Infrastructure Team members to ensure
system and network performance meets company and user requirements. This position will be based at our
headquarters in New Berlin, WI. 

Skills and Traits of a Successful candidate:
•Serves as technical lead and systems designer for all IS Infrastructure projects.                           
•Assists IS Infrastructure & Support team members with system issues as escalated.                    
•Identifies processes that can be automated, makes improvement recommendations, and writes
• scripts / programs to automate processes.                                                                                           
•Examines log files to determine the root cause of a server system/software issue. Takes ownership of,
identifies, and implements problem resolution.                                                                       
•Monitors system health using applications such as Nagios and Icinga and monitors network health by
analyzing usage trends both real-time and historical (via trafshow, ntop, and MRTG) data.       
•Upgrades and builds Unix virtual server environments.                                                               
•Checks and verifies system backups (via rsync, rsnapshot, VMWare VCB). Troubleshoots and corrects
and backup failures.
•Performs server and network hardware maintenance.   

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kane | 29 Sep 22:31 2014

Wifi job

 Hello,

I am looking for developer(s) to assist with two separate capabilities as contributions back to the community.

1)  The ability to send management frames in wifi monitor mode with the run0 driver using the Ralink RT6390. 

2) I would also like to get HostAP working with the same Ralink RT6390 radio. WEP, WPA and WPA2 support are
required for wifi Access Point mode.

Please feel free to treat these as two separate jobs.
Please send me any questions and/or quotes. 

Kind regards,
Kane
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David Wolfskill | 25 Sep 04:27 2014

Position wanted: DevOps/testing/developer support/software toolsmith

I'm in the SF Peninsula/Silicon Valley area, and am looking for a
new position; I prefer to work with and support FreeBSD.  I am
available as of Friday, 17 October, 2014.

Prior to my current position, I spent about 3 decades in (mostly)
sysadmin roles; more recently, I have been doing measurement of systems
under load and analyzing the results of those measurements in support of
software developers.  Some samples may be seen at
<http://www.catwhisker.org/~david/FreeBSD/bmake/>.

I am probably more familiar with FreeBSD source-based updates than a
person ought to be. :-}  (Hint: I keep a private mirror of the FreeBSD
SVN repositories on my laptop; it's updated daily.  [Yes, I realize that
the preceding sentence is ambiguous.  Both the repository and the laptop
are updated daily.])

My ideal position would be in support of developers, at least some of
whom were contributing back to the FreeBSD project.

I have a current US passport, and am willing to travel; I prefer to
continue to reside in the SF Peninsula.

My resume is available in several formats:

* PostScript:  <http://www.catwhisker.org/~david/resume.ps>
* PDF:         <http://www.catwhisker.org/~david/resume.pdf>
* HTML:        <http://www.catwhisker.org/~david/resume.html>
* ASCII text:  <http://www.catwhisker.org/~david/resume.txt>

Email is generally the best way to reach me, though I have my MTA
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