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Milch und Zucker is one of my most favourite places for breakfast in Berlin. It is conveniently located on the way to the office and has excellent Wifi. A dangerous combination that reliably slows me down in the morning :-)
Successful collaboration, Open Source license compliance and innovation management go hand-in-hand for large and small innovators. FSFE and Open Invention Network, with the participation of the Legal Network and the Asian Legal Network, are inviting to round table events with presentations and panel discussion of industry and community speakers, titled
Open Source and Software Patent Non-Aggression, European Context.
On 3 October 2015 Free Software Foundation Europe invites you for the 30th birthday party of the Free Software Foundation. While the main event will take place in Boston/USA, there will be several satellite birthday parties around the world to celebrate 30 years of empowering people to control technology, and one of them will be at Endocode in Berlin.
The Free Software Foundation was founded in 1985 and since then promotes computer users’ rights to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer programs. It also helps to spread awareness of the ethical and political issues of freedom in the use of software.
(See the original invitation here…)
The birthday party in Berlin, organised by FSFE, will take place from 15:00 to 18:00 on 3 October 2015 at: Endocode AG, Brückenstraße 5A, 10179 Berlin.
To make sure that Endocode can provide enough birthday cake and coffee, please register before 15 September 2015 for the event by sending us an e-mail with the subject “FSF30″.
Join us on 3 October, celebrating 30 years of working for software freedom!
Endocode is looking to add skilled engineers to its existing team of Linux and systemd experts. We want engineers who are excited to contribute to projects that form the basis of modern Linux systems and have the experience and skills to do so.
Our engineers work at the cutting edge of Linux kernel development. Kernel features like cgroups and namespaces introduce exciting new capabilities like containers and lightweight Linux distros ideal for clustered environments, and these are areas we focus heavily on.
Another technology that Endocode focuses on is systemd, which makes use of many features that are unique to the Linux kernel, often driving the development of new kernel features or improvements to existing ones. Its adoption has seen rapid acceleration over the past couple of years. and this has driven increased demand for systemd expertise, one that Endocode is well positioned to meet. We work closely with upstream developers to make sure that we can provide the best support possible for our clients and improve systemd for everyone.
Considering all this, an ideal candidate would be someone who describes themselves as comfortable in both user and kernel space.
You’ll be joining a team of experienced, motivated engineers and have the chance to work with and/or on open source software on a daily basis. You’ll have the chance to do this in Berlin, a city with a vibrant technology scene, excellent nightlife, and ideal conditions for families.
Deadline for applications:
28th Aug 2015