[job] multiple openings for CS, CE, EE, IT majors / graduates

AJ ONeal coolaj86 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 10:08:14 MDT 2011


I know of some job openings. Contact me off list for more details.


The positions are full-time (or at least 30hrs / week) paid internships that
should lead to a full-time salaried position in near future.


If a *mix of any* of the bullet points below *describes you* or *someone you
know*, please ask me some questions, send me a resume, and I'll get you in
touch with some great people who need you!


*All great candidates*

   - have taken their education into their own hands to some degree
   - learn quickly
   - have beyond-the-classroom experience / personal projects
   - know how to leverage tools and people in their circle (forums, interest
   groups, friends) to find answers to questions
   - are familiar with *nix and know their way around with find, grep, vim
   (or emacs)




*Event-driven Application Developer*

   - could write a basic evented messaging queueing and retrieval service in
   about a week

   - can solve fizzbuzz in less than an hour
   - has written a simple chat server
   - knows the difference between a markup language and an object notation

   - is familiar with one of node.js, python / twisted, ruby / eventmachine,
   go, erlang
   - has used a web framework of some sort
   - has used C and written a queue of some sort
   - enjoys regex

   - has a good understanding of http and general networking concepts
   - has used wireshark to examine http and tcp traffic
   - has written a native mobile app (iOS, Android)




*Gadget Engineer*

   - could build a rechargeable battery-powered usb hub in about a week

   - could reverse engineer a cheap usb hub from e-bay in about a day
   - could build a pringles cantenna in about a day


   - has used C and written a queue of some sort
   - can write object-oriented C (as if it were a programming language)


   - has played with Arduino, Bug, Beagle, Panda, or some other sort of
   project board

   - Envies those who own a Fluke multimeter (or owns one)




*HTML5 Web App Developer*

   - could write a basic client-side timesheet application in about a week

   - has a good handle on JavaScript
   - knows how to use CSS selectors
   - knows the difference between a markup language and an object notation
   - knows the difference (or relationship) between HTML and the DOM


   - can solve fizzbuzz in less than an hour
   - has written a simple chat server
   - can draw a graph on canvas
   - enjoys regex

   - has worked with APIs such as Google Apps, facebook, twitter, etc
   - has a good understanding of http and general networking concepts
   - has used wireshark or firebug to examine http traffic
   - has written a native mobile app (iOS, Android)




*Linux Techie++*

   - could set up a VPS with nginx, gitosis, git pull hooks, and
   reverse-proxied apps in about a week

   - has built a kernel
   - has built an out-of-tree kernel module

   - can use bash almost as if were a programming language (but has the good
   sense not to)
   - can write object-oriented C (as if it were a programming language)
   - enjoys regex

   - has used C and written a queue of some sort
   - has used wireshark to examine traffic
   - is familiar with one of node.js, python / twisted, ruby / eventmachine,
   go, erlang




AJ ONeal


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