where is who is hiring?
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Help build a user friendly web based interface for use by the San Antoino Spurs Basketball Operations staff.
-Implement a web based front-end that responsively scales to function properly on desktop systems, tablets, and mobile devices.
-Design and develop data visualizations to be used in the basketball information system.
-Proactively maintain and support the basketball information system infrastructure.
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We do emulators, JIT, hypervisors, stuff like valgrind, debuggers,
manual disassembly, binary static analysis, parsers, and assembly.
We write our own low-level tools, frequently in C99 to run on Linux.
We also use IDA Pro, qemu, Simics, JTAG debuggers, gdb, Coverity,
KlocWork, LLVM, and so on. Easily transferable skills include those
related to compilers, kernel drivers, embedded RTOSes, vectorizing,
firmware, VxWorks BSP development, symbolic execution, boot loaders,
software verification, concolic testing, abstract interpretation,
satisfiability (SAT, SMT) solvers, and decompilers. We work with
more than a dozen architectures including PowerPC/ppc/POWER, MIPS,
ARMv8/Thumb2/AArch64, x86-64/x64/Intel, DSPs, and microcontrollers.
We hire from no-degree to PhD. Common degrees include Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mathematics.
We don't normally work overtime, and we get paid more if we do. We're never expected to take work home or be on call. Because of the citizenship requirement, there is no chance that the work will be outsourced. Flex-time is fairly extreme; some do randomish hours.
Hint: pick Arlington for a car-free life. Pick Florida to live in a place with no state income tax, a stand-your-ground law, almost no crime, almost no traffic or commute, and houses that commonly go for $100,000 to $400,000.
You can contact me at users.sf.net, with account name albert.