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Senior Software Engineer (Datacenter Networking Switch)


Source:
TIMESJOBS.COM
Location:
Bengaluru, KA
Date:
12-11-2016
Job Code:
58257236
Categories:
  • IT
  • Manufacturing & Production
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Job Details

The Senior SoftwareEngineer will be part of the development team focusing on next generation datacenter networking switches. Ideal candidate should have excellent problem solving skills,strong intellectual curiosity and have many of the qualifications listed below.Enhance and develop Linux device drivers for networking featuresDesign, develop, debug and test kernel and driver code using industry standard tools and technologiesDevelop tools for debugging and performance evaluationWork and interface with customers to integrate switching solutions into overall storage solutions.Proficiency in networking OS and routingRequired Skills Solid understanding of OS internals, data structures, memory management, IPC mechanisms, multi-threading,synchronizationon Linux/PosixSolid Knowledge ofthe build and make configurations using Linux / GNU environmentSound knowledge of Linux driver development anddebugging Strong C /C++ coding skillsExcellent Scripting experience, Python and bash preferredLinux networking stack experience, including NAPI and netdevPCIe protocol/PLDA and root complex driver exposureGeneralist, Smart, Quick learner and Team playerKnowledge of some of the following technologies is desiredPerformance analysis methodologiesEducation & ExperienceBE / B.tech / ME / M.tech in E&C/CS/EEE and 5 - 7 years of experience
Degree: ME/ M.Tech./ MS (Engg/ Sciences)

Additional Degree: BE/ B.Tech (Engineering)

Experience: 5-7

Requirements

Application Programming | Database Administration (DBA) | Network Administration | Software Engineer
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