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Endocode is hiring: Linux and Systemd Engineer

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