[balug-admin] Jobs postings have moved to balug-talk
Wed Jun 14 21:32:13 PDT 2006
On Wed, 14 Jun 2006, Rick Moen wrote:
> Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 14:32:17 -0700
> From: Rick Moen <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [balug-admin] Jobs postings have moved to balug-talk
> Exactly as I predicted, the jobs postings moved from one list to the
> other. At least that gets them off balug-announce -- but that leaves
> the question of whether we're OK with them landing on balug-talk.
> (My personal opinion is "No" -- and that, instead, we should have
> a Web page listing suggested places for job-seekers.)
Dick Verna's and mine opion was/is that if a company wants to post job
opennings they should be willing to speak to the group (we are short of speaker
> The default of no action will equate to "It's fine." FYI.
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> Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 14:23:27 -0700
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> Subject: [balug-talk] Linux Kernel Engineer (Checkpointing) Fulltime
> position in San Jose - Direct Hire
> Availigent is the leading provider of affordable, transparent and
> automatic high availability for Linux-based enterprise applications,
> giving companies peace of mind during planned and unplanned downtimes.
> We are specifically looking for a Linux Kernel S/W Developer to design,
> develop and maintain Availigent's Checkpointer, a kernel level
> technology that keeps track of the application's state. You will be
> responsible for architecture, design, implementation, code review,
> documentation and testing.
> This is a full time position w/benefits in San Jose, CA.
> Send a resume to:
> Email: bmandell AT availigent.com
> * Design, develop and maintain Availigent's Checkpointer, a kernel level
> technology that keeps track of the application's state.
> * Architecture, design, implementation, code review, documentation and
> * Working as a member of the engineering team.
> * Experience in C programming
> * Expertise in distributed, multi-process, and multi-threaded
> programming in a Linux environment.
> * Experience in high-availability and fault-tolerance technologies, such
> as checkpointing, fault detection and recovery, and event notification
> is highly desirable.
> * A track record of designing, developing and releasing quality
> commercial enterprise software on time and to specification.
> * Excellent troubleshooting and debugging skills.
> If you are interested send your resume to me at:
> Other openings: http://www.availigent.com/company_jobs.shtml
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