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From: Eric Wolf 
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My employer still has a bizarre number of openings. Relocation assistance
is available pretty much across the board. Remote workers are even being
considered routinely.

http://www.solidfire.com/about/careers/jobs/

Contact me if anything sounds interesting...

-Eric

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Eric B. Wolf                           720-334-7734

=============================================================== Eric Wolf writes:

=============================================================== From: Eric Wolf ------------------------------------------------------ Enrique, The Linux Platforms position is closer to a kernel developer role. We currently use a moderately modified Ubuntu 12.04LTS in our product. The kernel, of course, is recompiled. The networking stack is completely gutted and replaced. We expect to do even more significant changes. They have been hiring more remote lately, but you'd have to be bringing some serious domain (storage) knowledge to the table. The company was originally started in Atlanta but they moved to Boulder because of the number of people here with storage knowledge. -Eric -=--=---=----=----=---=--=-=--=---=----=---=--=-=- Eric B. Wolf 720-334-7734

=============================================================== From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com ------------------------------------------------------ As I thought, it's probably above my head... :) Thanks! ET Eric Wolf writes:

=============================================================== From: Eric Wolf ------------------------------------------------------ Enrique and others, All of our "Software Engineer" positions are pretty deep. Either you have to bring serious low-level Linux, C++ or storage chops. And be aware that you are competing with folks that have all three. However, we do have several openings for LAMP developers. Oddly, they are proving harder to find! We also have several positions on the Automation team (where I work). The barrier to entry is a lot lower. Basically, you have to pass our programming test and seem like a fit with the team. We aren't taking any remote team members (yet). The programming test is a pain (took me about 16 hours total) and has to be done in Python on Linux. However, one guy who started the same time I did actually never did any real Python code before taking the test. And we have a real mix of folks including one person who came from theoretical physics and another from climate modelling. -Eric -=--=---=----=----=---=--=-=--=---=----=---=--=-=- Eric B. Wolf 720-334-7734