[TriLUG] Cisco - Job Opportunities
OlsonE at aosa.army.mil
OlsonE at aosa.army.mil
Wed Nov 14 15:26:42 EST 2007
If you play with Cisco AVS, they're nothing more than RHEL with Cisco's
goodness on them.
From: trilug-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-bounces at trilug.org] On
Behalf Of Greg Brown
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 2:45 PM
To: Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Cisco - Job Opportunities
I think maybe.. call me crazy but yesterday I had to untar (yes!!!) an
image onto a 1200 series access point. I've never un-tar'ed anything on
a cisco. Ever.
On Nov 13, 2007 10:51 PM, <jonc at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> Can it be that Cisco has tasted of the Blue Kool-Aid and found
> salvation in Open Source?
> I look forward to using their future BSD-based routers and firewalls!
> Jon Carnes
> ---- shaneodonnell at gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi FreeBSD wonks?,
> > A little bit different spin on the previous message...
> > Regards
> > Shane O.
> > Requisition # :R822353
> > Location :US-San
> > Jose, California
> > Job Title :FreeBSD Lead Engineer
> > Region :US & CANADA
> > Area
> > of Interest :Engineering - Software
> > Level of Experience :Experienced - Non Manager Job Description :It's
> > an exciting time to work at Cisco. Cisco is entering an exciting new
> > era. The concept of the network as the platform for transforming
> > life's experiences is no longer a possibility: It is quickly
> > becoming a reality. And Cisco is leading the experience.
> > Cisco's Open Platform Software Technology Center is looking to hire
> > experienced FreeBSD developers. The next generation of Cisco's
> > products will be powered by Open Source operating systems and will
> > be built from Open Source components. Our team will build the core
> > technology used in a wide variety of Cisco products.
> > The ideal candidate has strong C
> > programming skills, a background in embedded and real-time operating
> > systems, is an active contributor or committer in the FreeBSD
> > community, and takes a system-level view of problem solving.
> > Knowledge and experience with the MIPS or PowerPC architectures is a
> > plus. Knowledge of network protocols and network equipment is a
> > plus.
> > This is a
> > senior/lead position and requires an MS EE/CS with 5-7 years
> > experience, or a BS EE/CS with 7-10+ years experience. You will be
> > leading a team of FreeBSD developers, focusing on building
> > FreeBSD-based software
> > for Cisco product teams and defining & driving Cisco's contributions
> > to FreeBSD.
> > To Apply visit
> > =822353
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