xhotspots | 5 May 22:35 2005

Programmer for UNIX/ Linux/FreeBSD

Job Type: Contract
Location: Toronto, ON, CANADA;
Job Category: Computers-Internet, Computers-Software, Telecommunications
Posted Date: 02/05/2005
Contact Email: xhotspots <at> rogers.com

Description:
Startup idea with little funding is looking for an enterprising
programmer for a sweat-equity deal…that is, working for a stake in the
company. Excellent Risk-Reward ratio. Note, this is not a paid position
and is compensated in equity until money is flowing. As a result, we’re
looking for a specific type of person...a go getter, and one that’s
capable of showing a real desire and commitment to creating something
unique in order to change the market. Someone who has a demonstrated
ability to work on their own and meet all commitments and timelines.

Skills required:

Will need an expert C++ programmer on UNIX/ Linux/FreeBSD for a wireless
(802.11x) gateway project. Advanced programmer and SPEED is desired.
RADIUS or other authentication expertise is also essential.
Imbedded forms of Unix such as PicoBSD as well as full server BSD will 
be needed.
Database knowledge will be essential as well.
Access/Gateway
experience and/or solid knowledge of Open-source software related to
such an application is requied. Perhaps you’ve even contributed to the
Unix Open-Source community yourself in some way. Candidate should be
extremely outgoing.

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xhotspots | 6 May 14:17 2005

Toronto/GTA - Programmer for UNIX/ Linux/FreeBSD

Sorry for the second post.  I just wanted to clarify location.  I would 
prefer someone local (1-2 hours away maybe) to the Toronto, Canada area. 
  I don't mind hearing from other areas as I haven't completely ruled 
out a 100% remote team-up if I can't find the local help or can be 
convinced tools for colaboration work well.

Job Type: Contract
Location: Toronto, ON, CANADA;
Job Category: Computers-Internet, Computers-Software, Telecommunications
Posted Date: 02/05/2005
Contact Email: xhotspots <at> rogers.com

Description:
Startup idea with little funding is looking for an enterprising
programmer for a sweat-equity deal…that is, working for a stake in the
company. Excellent Risk-Reward ratio. Note, this is not a paid position
and is compensated in equity until money is flowing. As a result, we’re
looking for a specific type of person...a go getter, and one that’s
capable of showing a real desire and commitment to creating something
unique in order to change the market. Someone who has a demonstrated
ability to work on their own and meet all commitments and timelines.

Skills required:

Will need an expert C++ programmer on UNIX/ Linux/FreeBSD for a wireless
(802.11x) gateway project. Advanced programmer and SPEED is desired.
RADIUS or other authentication expertise is also essential.
Imbedded forms of Unix such as PicoBSD as well as full server BSD will
be needed.
Database knowledge will be essential as well.
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Bill Kish | 13 May 23:04 2005

QA Engineer / developer position in Millerton, NY USA

Coyote Point Systems is looking for a person excited to help us design 
and implement our next generation traffic acceleration products.
This person must be able to implement quality software using their 
excellent programming skills (C, please), combined with their in-depth 
understanding of web infrastructure protocols and languages. This 
developer must be comfortable programming in a FreeBSD environment and 
ideally has written and debugged kernel code.

A candidate for this position must understand the user experience and 
have a passion for continually improving that experience. The candidate 
must be able to work independently and evolve as the company continues 
to grow.

Our dog-optional development office is located in the heart of friendly 
Millerton, NY about 2 hours from New York City, 3 hours from Boston, and 
only 5 hours from Montreal.

Please forward a copy of your resume (ASCII or PDF preferred) to 
jobs <at> coyotepoint.com

Coyote Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Arwuah Hauwra | 14 May 23:03 2005
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Recent College Graduate: Located in New Jersey

To Whom It May Concern,

I hope this request reaches you in good spirits.

I am a recent graduate with a B.S. in Computer Science along with a
specialization in both Software Engineering and Information
Technology.

I am currently looking for a full-time position doing Unix
Administration, Programming, and/or Network Security. I am well versed
in Object Oriented C++, experienced with Tck/Tk, Java and C#.

I feel I have a strong UNIX background in system maintenance, network
security and the overall system up keep. I am a quick learner. Most of
my UNIX experiences come from being self taught. I have worked with
Linux since 1995, but have shifted my primary focus to FreeBSD in 2001
in regards to my primary Operating System of choice. I am a highly
self-motivated individual and would love the opportunity to put all
that I have learned in school into real world applications. I have
dynamic people skills and love to work with others, but can work by
myself if need be.

I understand I do not have the real world (5 years) work experience
everyone is looking for, but (in my catch-22 phase) I can assure you
that I have what it takes to learn if placed in a fast-pace dynamic
environment. If you are interested in speaking with me to further
discuss my course work and/or resume please feel free to contact me
directly at your earliest convenience. I may be reached via
arwuah <at> gmail.com.

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Sean Chittenden | 18 May 23:00 2005

Contracting Admins/Engineers, Bay Area: Temp to perm...

Howdy.  We're a broad engineering firm that handles everything from
automated security systems to networking, creation of custom network
appliances, application scalability and integration, and facility
neutral colocation.  We're looking for people with some or all of the
following skills:

Programming:
	*) C
	*) Qt/C++
	*) Ruby (a strong plus, not required: will train)
	*) Asynchronous messaging systems
	*) perl or PHP (though neither will be used often on the job)

Database:
	*) PostgreSQL
	*) Oracle
	*) Versant/Matisse
	*) MySQL or SQLite will suffice for RDBMS familiarity, but
	   will never be used on the job

Networking:
	*) ipfw/pf
	*) BGP
	*) MPLS (ideal, but not required)

Web: HTML, CSS, JavaScript

I know this is brief and and the skills that we're looking for cover a
huge cross section of computing.  For that, I apologize, but, we're
looking for people with a wide range of talents who are self-starters,
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Christopher Grello | 25 May 17:18 2005
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FreeBSD job opening

My company is looking for a junior systems administrator - two
actually...one FreeBSD/Linux and one Windows. Here are links to the
listings...

FreeBSD
http://tinyurl.com/8p8c3

Windows
http://tinyurl.com/87ulm

- Chris
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Parv | 25 May 17:40 2005

Re: FreeBSD job opening

in message <3a2fade905052508187d80d1c0 <at> mail.gmail.com>, wrote
Christopher Grello thusly...
>
> My company is looking for a junior systems administrator - two
> actually...one FreeBSD/Linux and one Windows. Here are links to
> the listings...
> 
> FreeBSD - http://tinyurl.com/8p8c3

Do i send email to you too (besides applying via Career Builder)?

  - Parv

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George Barnett | 25 May 18:04 2005
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Re: FreeBSD job opening

Christopher Grello wrote:
> My company is looking for a junior systems administrator - two
> actually...one FreeBSD/Linux and one Windows. Here are links to the
> listings...

When posting to freebsd-jobs, please include the location in the post.

This way, those of us not in or near US-PA-Allentown know not to bother 
looking unless we're dying to move there.

Best regards,

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"A raccoon tangled with a 23,000 volt line today. The results blacked 
out 1400 homes and, of course, one raccoon." -- Steel City News
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Phil Cryer | 25 May 19:03 2005
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Re: Re: FreeBSD job opening


>Christopher Grello wrote:
>> My company is looking for a junior systems administrator - two
>> actually...one FreeBSD/Linux and one Windows. Here are links to the
>> listings...
>
>When posting to freebsd-jobs, please include the location in the post.

I would suggest a subject line like the following:

US-PA-Allentown: Junior Systems Administrator (Unix / Windows)

Still, I'm interested in any/all positions, regardless of location, just to know about them.  Are there any
salary requirements you could share?

Thanks

P

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Michael Buffington | 25 May 21:38 2005

Gig with Adaptive Path

Adaptive Path is looking for a FreeBSD expert to help us wrangle a 
couple of FreeBSD servers into an orderly bunch. This short term 
contract requires that you love FreeBSD and like setting up web servers 
that will experience significant load while requiring high availability 
to boot. In addition to server setup, you will help plan for the future 
by advising the project technical lead on scaling issues and emergency 
plans.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Install FreeBSD on several servers.
Optimize and harden the FreeBSD servers.
Install Lighttpd, MySQL and other supporting daemons.
Write maintenance routines and monitoring systems.
Help advise on scalability issues.

Required Skills and Experience
Expertise in FreeBSD 4.x and 5.x is expected.
Experience with high availability and high load servers.
Strong server security experience expected.
Strong server hardware experience expected.

Replying by email with a list of some of your experiences would be 
great. Please don't call.

Michael Buffington
adaptive path
http://adaptivepath.com
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