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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: linux kernel hackers
From: "Clint A. Brubakken" <cabrubak@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 14:04:38 -0600
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Tom Hull wrote:
> This is purely speculative at this point, but I am working on a
> project that is very short-staffed, and I am wondering whether it
> would be feasible to propose that I hire some staff locally to
> help work on this project. I can't go into details of what the
> project entails, but the minimal skills required will be:
>  1) very strong proficiency in C; Intel assembler a plus
>  2) ability to configure, build, install and troubleshoot Linux
>     kernel sources; kernel hacking experience a strong plus
>  3) shell programming, plus at least one of: perl, python, expect,
>     ftwalk
>  4) strong understanding of Linux API and FHS
>  5) some web skills (zope?; javascript/dhtml/xml not required)
> Company is California-based. I imagine this as work-at=home, but
> it could involve some travel, and could eventually lead to offer
> to relocate. Probably contractor status to start. Please reply
> directly to me. Thanks.

you might want to send this to our jobs list jobs@xxxxxxxxx

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Clint Brubakken
Developer, Computer Science Services Group, LLC
President Air Capital Linux Users Group 
Wichita, KS
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