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Old June 4th 10, 07:25 AM posted to comp.sys.intel
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Default A challenging opportunity for Linux kernel Developers.


This is regarding a job opportunity with one of the premium client in

Dexcel Electronics Designs (http://www.dexceldesigns.com)

Dexcel Electronics Designs, an embedded systems design and R&D house
was incubated in the year 2000. It was started with a vision to be a
leading provider of technology expertise and solutions for the
converging world of information, media and communications. Since
inception, while serving national and international customers in
diverse domains, Dexcel has evolved into a company with a perfect
blend of highly experienced and skilled technical teams in software
development and hardware design, which can churn out specifications to
a complete product or part of the product life cycle.

Dexcel's core capability lies in designing systems on a programmable
chip (FPGA) with in chip-expertise (RTL Level design) and out of the
chip design (Board level) capabilities.

Dexcel leverages the capabilities of its three specialized technology
groups to provide comprehensive product design and support services
for embedded products and equipment. The services offered by Dexcel
can be categorized as:
• Design Services directly related to new product design and
development, feature enhancement, etc
• Embedded Systems
• Augmentation Services which support the customers product
development, maintenance, Testing and Temp Staffing effort

We cater to the project needs of their Customers.

Brief Job Description:

Position: Software Engineer/Sr. Software Engineer.

Education: BE/BTech /or Masters in Engineering in Computer Science/
Electronics academic records from good institutes, (the name of the
college/Institute, year of passing and Branch/specialization in BE/ME
should be mentioned in the resume.)

Experience: 1.5 – 6 yrs experience in Linux Kernel development

Skills/Expertise required:
Job Description
 In depth knowledge of Linux kernel.
 In depth knowledge and prior experience in developing drivers on ARM
based boards.
 Debugging knowledge and experience in Porting of Linux on hardware
 Good knowledge in Linux platform.
 Should be capable to handle the complete life cycle of a project.

Required Skills:
Driver development, Linux, C, Assembly programming

Preferred Skills:
 Worked in ARM, MIPS, Atmel based projects
 Preference would be for the candidate worked in drivers related to
 Porting and Debugging of boards
 Real time OS expertise

Work Location: Bangalore

Kindly confirm your interest by sending in your updated resume in word
document along with the below details on or

Total Work Experience
Device Driver:
Kernel/Internals Exp:
C Exp:
Current CTC
Expected CTC
Notice Period
Current Location:

We will appreciate if you refer your friends also who is having same
Experience and looking for change.

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Thanks & Regards,
Mary Lobo
Number1placement, Bangalore

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