MeeGo Computers is where Nokia builds mobile computers on Linux. We build leading-edge devices by combining the most powerful hardware and the best open source software technologies. Our ambition is to deliver a superior user experience dedicated for mobile computers with large touch-screens that fit into your pocket. Using agile development methods and engaging with open source communities define our new way of working. Our latest product is the Nokia N900 – a high-performance mobile computer with powerful multitasking capabilities, fantastic web browser, and a rich media experience. Get to know everything about MeeGo at http://www.meego.com
Our team is looking for a talented software developer to join our agile team. With this role you will be focusing particularly on Kernel issues on graphics and display domain. The work items will be including tasks like new domain specific hardware utilization, fixing the often complex issues in Kernel area, further optimizing the existing solutions and analyze problems within the product (kernel) and propose short, middle and long-term solutions.
The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 5 years of programming experience of Linux driver development. You also have previous experience in mobile/embedded development and knowledge on Mobile Graphics SW and Graphics technologies. Previous involvement with Linux Kernel development is must in this role. Ideally you already have previous experience from Agile development and you have participated in open source SW development.
Success in this position requires good team working skills and a high level of motivation and drive. In order to communicate effectively with your international colleagues, you are fluent in written and spoken English.
This position will be filled as soon as the suitable candidate is found.
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