Monday, February 28, 2011

Open Source Opportunities near Boston!

Its now fairly locked into stone that we will be opening an engineering office somewhere not far from Boston (probably just north of it) sometime during 1H2011.

As a result, we've started an aggressive recruiting campaign in the area. I am interested in talking to people with backgrounds in kernel software or device drivers -- especially if the background is on Solaris, but Linux and BSD backgrounds are fine too.

The culture here is startup, and while I'd love to find a few more architect-level candidates, I'm also keen to find folks just beginning their career with a high level of enthusiasm who are talented and driven to become the industry's next generation of storage and networking gurus.

Nexenta itself is still a small company, and so its still a great opportunity to get into the ground floor of what may well prove to be the fastest growing storage company ever. And even better, you can feel good knowing that your contributions will contribute to the greater good -- we are a company committed to Open Source and .. as our motto says, "Enterprise Storage for Everyone."

We'll also be hiring Quality Engineers in the same office, so if breaking stuff is more up your alley than building stuff, then there may also be a place for you.

If this sounds interesting to you, please let me know.

Note that we do not work with recruiters -- individual candidates only please.

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