Network Developer Untangle
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We are looking for a talented developer for our network filtering and firewall solution.
You will work in a start-up environment with a small talented and dedicated team on a product with a huge community of users.
What will you be doing?
Develop innovative firewall and networking filtering technology.
Use a wide range of technologies to lower-level C to higher level python and java.
Review and update the software design.
Interacting with a large community of users and customers.
What skills do you need?
You must be comfortable with network technologies (TCP, UDP, IP, etc)
You are familiar with Java. (2+ years experience)
You are comfortable working in a Linux environment.
You are able to work well in a small group.
You are able to take on new challenges.
You have a positive, goal oriented outlook.
How will you change us?
You will make our solution a more powerful and reliable and refined product.
You will develop creative, elegant solutions to complex problems.
As a part of a small team, you will have a significant effect on the project.
How will we change you?
You will receive above market compensation and stock options.
You will be working with cutting edge software.
You will work closely with a talented, dedicated team.
Most of your work will be released as open-source GPL code.
Here are some questions to help us get to know you. Responses are preferred, but not required.
You are writing a function to process several million strings. Performance is very important, but your algorithm must ignore surrounding whitespace and character case. Which of the following implementations is faster and why.
String fixStringA( String input )
String fixStringB( String input )
Is there a better fixString solution?
What is your favored development environment and why? (which OS/editor/etc?)
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck, or 100 duck-sized horses?
Please send your resume and information about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please realize that a real human is reading these responses.
As such, no need for an overly formal cover letter - just an friendly email with something more than "me have resume, me want job" and a resume will help greatly!
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