Software developer - Linux/Python £35-55K

£35000 - £55000 per annum
24 Sep 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Software developer - Linux/Python £35-55K - Coventry - Immediate Start Available My Client is a UK-based server appliance specialist that designs, builds and markets a range of network appliances. Salary £35-55k package, performance culture - regular salary review and bonuses Location Coventry Start ASAP The role This position is for senior developers to work in all phases of the development cycle. You will work in teams to produce software to drive new products or upgrades. The team is also responsible for hardware development and takes a leading role in developing new product concepts. It collaborates closely with technical support, marketing, sales and production teams, so there are frequent opportunities for cross-functional working and contributing to company-wide projects. What we're looking for Excellent technical skills and a good team player. An expert in some aspect of our technology or engineering, able to make a strong intellectual contribution to the team in that domain. Key requirements Fluency working and programming with Linux, Experience with other UNIX will be considered. Experience working with a range of network applications and protocols. Strong Python skills, or reasonable familiarity and strong transferable skills in multiple other programming languages Familiar with basics of UI design and implementation in the context of web applications Strong team player with ability to influence and lead complex problem solving with stakeholders, customers and team members Thorough, organised, comfortable in a multi-tasking environment and working to deadlines. Graduate in Computer Science and/or appropriate professional experience Advantages Experience of UX design for web-based products Experience or aptitude for leading more junior developers in working on a variety of development tasks and projects Expertise in specific areas such as HTTP, SSL, DNS, DHCP, Squid, Samba, nginx etc Familiarity with open source development, maintenance and collaboration - e.g. demonstrated through GitHub or similar activity Familiarity with DevOps culture and practices Knowledge of Linux internals - whether tuning the kernel for better performance, writing device drivers, or hacking on the kernel This job was originally posted as

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