Requirement of Linux Device driver developer
I am Kurian working in a software company.
Currently we have a requirement which is very critical.
Please let me know if anybody from this group would be interested in
the below mentioned requirement.
For any clarification feel free to contact me at 9845775441.
Responsibilities: The candidate will participate in Chelsio's effort to
develop a set of device drivers for the Linux/Solaris family. His/her
responsibilities will include full design and implementation of one or
more drivers in either of Linux or Solaris. The candidate will be
involved in all phases of the development process, including:
requirement analysis, developing and writing of design specifications
and test plans, coding, testing, performance evaluation, and
The ideal candidate will have experience developing at least one NDIS
driver, and must have the ability to quickly analyze complex problems,
propose efficient solutions, articulate his/her thoughts clearly and
concisely, and be able to follow through with the implementation and
Requirements: A minimum of five years experience developing Linux
device drivers and excellent knowledge of C/C++. Knowledge of, and
experience with, the TCP/IP protocol and socket programming, L2 and L3
Internet protocols, and device driver performance tuning are a must. A
basic understanding of protocol offloading technologies such as TCP
offload and knowledge of SAN, FC and/or iSCSI technologies are
desirable. Knowledge of Linux and Linux device driver development is
preferred but not an absolute must. Excellent verbal and written
communication skills are required.
Re: Requirement of Linux Device driver developer
"Kurian" <email@example.com> wrote:[color=blue]
>I am Kurian working in a software company.
>Currently we have a requirement which is very critical.
>Please let me know if anybody from this group would be interested in
>the below mentioned requirement.
>For any clarification feel free to contact me at 9845775441.[/color]
It didn't occur to you to mention where this job would be? Chelsio seems
to be a Silicon Valley operation, but your phone number is in the
Raleigh/Durham area. That's three time zones away...
- Tim Roberts, [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.