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  • Posted: Mar 29, 2024
    Deadline: Not specified
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    Linux System Enablement Engineer - RISC-V

    • As a Linux System Engineer, you will work on the architecture, design, and development of core components involved in the enablement and support of the RISC-V architecture for the Ubuntu Distribution, often interacting with the upstream community for projects like U-Boot, OpenSBI, or GRUB. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with various hardware vendors and be part of the enablement of new cutting edge platforms and be part of shaping the future of RISC-V for Linux and Ubuntu.

    Location: This is a remote work role and can be held in European, Middle East or African time zones.
    What your day will look like

    • Work with highly technical team to define and shape the future of RISC-V architecture support for Ubuntu
    • Write high-quality code, create new features, and contribute upstream
    • Contribute features and bug fixes to projects including OpenSBI, U-Boot, GRUB, and the Ubuntu installers.
    • Debug issues and produce high-quality fixes
    • Review code produced by other engineers
    • Discuss ideas and collaborate on finding good solutions
    • Work with teams focused on Ubuntu for server, desktop, IoT and clouds
    • Work from home with global travel 2 to 4 weeks a year for internal and external events

    What we are looking for in you

    • Development experience with early boot software like TF-A, OP-TEE, U-Boot, shim, GRUB, or the Linux kernel.
    • Development experience on RISC-V
    • A love of technology and working with brilliant people
    • Motivated, curious, flexible, articulate, and accountable
    • A long-time Linux user with broad interests in the future of Linux
    • Experience or interest in learning how to package software for Debian and Ubuntu
    • Enterprising, thoughtful, and self-motivated

    Additional Skills That You Might Also Bring

    • Experience with Debian/Ubuntu based operating system and good understanding of Debian packaging and snaps would also be a considerable advantage.

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