Linux Kernel Generalist (Global Location)Apply Now Job ID 309923 Date posted 11/13/2017 Location: Nuremberg, Bayern
Linux Kernel Generalist
Linux Kernel Generalist develops and maintains a selected subset of the core kernel infrastructures, both in the SUSE enterprise products and upstream.
The responsibilities namely include (but are not necessarily limited to): in-kernel dynamic linker, module handling, live patching, signal handling, and tracing infrastructure (both in-kernel (ftrace) and userspace (ptrace)).
The developer represents himself actively and shares his/her knowledge and further develops it in special interest groups, professional organizations and specialized conferences.
* design and development of features in Linux Kernel scheduler core
* working both with Linux Kernel upstream, as well as participating on developing and maintaining kernels for linux-based SUSE products
* technical analysis of problems and errors in the Linux Kernel
* activities connected with participation in professional organizations and specialized conferences
* excellent knowledge of the C programming language
* good overview of Linux Kernel internals and implementation principles, with focus on core areas of the kernel
* good knowledge of open-source community principles, with main focus on Linux Kernel development model and practices
* good knowledge of the hardware of PCs and their peripherals
* good knowledge of assembler language
* good knowledge of Linux debugging tools
* good spoken and written knowledge of English
* accuracy and thoroughness
* consideration and assertiveness
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