[LAD] Canonical sound position opening

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Date: Thursday, February 11, 2010 - 3:01 pm

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Hi all,

A new position has come up at Canonical (ubuntu) for a sound software
engineer.
Details are below. You can apply online from here
http://webapps.ubuntu.com/employment/canonical_UDSE/

Job Title: Ubuntu Desktop Sound Engineer
Posting Date & id: February 2010 UDSE
Job Location: Your home, given appropriate facilities including broadband
Internet
Reports to: Ubuntu Desktop Team Manager
Job Summary: We are seeking a Desktop Integration Engineer to play a key
development and integration role on
the Ubuntu Desktop Team =AD one of the technical teams that makes up the
Ubuntu Platform Team. As part of the
core Ubuntu team, the Engineer will work on a broad range of technical
tasks: including feature planning,
packaging, integration,bug=ADfixing and maintenance. The successful candida=
te
will ensure a first class user
experience by packaging, bug fixing and development of Pulseaudio and
related sound technology and
applications. Strong communication and relationship skills are as important
as superb technical skills in this role,
as the successful candidate will be responsible for process communication
and coordination between Ubuntu and
external partners, as well as ensuring commonality of purpose and technical
approach. This job involves
international travel several times a year, usually for one week.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
Take on primary maintenance of some components of the Ubuntu
Desktop, covering sound related areas.
=95
Engage in bug=ADfixing work across a wide variety of components of
the Ubuntu platform.
=95
Assist in pre=ADrelease testing of Ubuntu, taking
personal ownership of problems and driving them to
=95
solutions.
Collaborate with other teams in the Ubuntu community and with
upstream developers where appropriate,
=95
to make sure that Ubuntu includes the very best in free software
and that our goals are taken into account
by other projects.
Work directly with OEMs or in conjunction with the Canonical OEM
team to address customer needs on
=95
aggressive time lines.
When necessary, respond to and work to resolve issues raised by en=
d
users and commercial support
=95

customers.

Required skills and experience:
Familiarity with open source development tools and methodology,
especially those in common use for
=95
Ubuntu and Debian package maintenance.
Strong understanding of the make=ADup of a modern GNU/Linux
distribution.
=95
Strong interests and experience with a variety of the software tha=
t
makes up the core of Ubuntu.
=95
Strong interests and experience with Pulseaudio, Alsa, and other
sound related technology and
=95
applications on Linux.
Capacity to learn quickly about new systems and techniques.
=95
Hands=ADon experience with concepts of agile development and lean
software engineering.
=95
Deep understanding of, and extensive use of, desktop operating
systems; especially the GNOME and
=95
KDE platforms.
Excellent English communications skills.
=95
Excellent online communications skills, including IRC, email, and
other online venues.
=95
Ability to be productive in a globally distributed team through
self=ADdiscipline and self=ADmotivation,
=95
delivering according to a schedule.
Ability to collaborate in real time with team members in Eastern US and
European time zones.
=95

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software engineer. Details are below. You can apply online from herehttp://w=
ebapps.ubuntu.com/employment/canonical_UDSE/

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facilities including broadband InternetReports to: Ubuntu Desktop Team =
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Job Summary: We are seeking a Desktop Integration Engineer to play a key de=
velopment and integration role on the Ubuntu Desktop Team =AD one of th=
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core Ubuntu team, the Engineer will work on a broad range of technical task=
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maintenance. The successful candidate will ensure a first class user
experience by packaging,=A0 bug fixing and development of Pulseaudio and re=
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as the successful candidate will be responsible for process communication a=
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[LAD] Canonical sound position opening, Forwind info, (Thu Feb 11, 3:01 pm)
Re: [LAD] Canonical sound position opening, Ralf Mardorf, (Thu Feb 11, 4:03 pm)
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Re: [LAD] Canonical sound position opening, Ralf Mardorf, (Fri Feb 12, 12:04 am)
Re: [LAD] Canonical sound position opening, Forwind info, (Thu Feb 11, 4:40 pm)
Re: [LAD] Canonical sound position opening, Ralf Mardorf, (Thu Feb 11, 4:55 pm)
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