LinuxPR: Web’s 1st Free Linux Developer Job-Match Service

“LinuxDevices.com, the popular embedded Linux portal, today
announced that it has opened up the web’s first free job-match
service for embedded Linux developers. The new service allows
companies who need developers, and developers looking for projects,
to find each other online using a convenient search

“In recognition of today’s rapidly emerging Internet-centric
work culture, the new job-match service provides some unique
categories for job/developer listings. According to
LinuxDevices.com founder, Rick Lehrbaum, “We’ve placed a strong
emphasis on the new possibilities afforded by ‘Internet-commuting’,
since more and more of today’s leading-edge high-tech companies are
taking advantage of virtual engineering teams that may extend
world-wide.” “For that reason,” continues Lehrbaum, “we’ve provided
proximity categories, that include onsite, offsite-local, and
offsite-anywhere – and time categories, that include full-time,
part-time, and project-based.” “This new job-match service is
tailor made for the Linux developer community” concludes

“Companies with positions or projects requiring embedded Linux
developers, and developers wanting to make themselves known to
those companies, can easily enter their information using
convenient online job listing submission forms. The service is free
to all users/developers of Linux in embedded applications.”