Software Development Engineer

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Software Development Engineer Chandler, AZ Contract Opportunity
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Our very high-visibility client is seeking Application Developers to support the IoT (Internet of Things) Gateway platform with multiple product lines. This role is to integrate a partners Java development framework into Wind River Linux and Intelligent Device Platform development kits and extend partners Java development framework to expose IOT Gateway platform features.
Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related discipline 10+ years' experience in platform/software development required Experience with Linux required; Embedded Linux (WR Linux, Yocto) a plus Java and C development experience on Linux platforms required Python, Lua, and/or PHP development experience desirable C and C++ experience Linux Driver Development a plus Configuration, management, maintenance of various Linux operating systems in an Enterprise environment Understanding of software stack from FW/BIOS, bootloader, OS, driver, Middleware to application Familiarity with Linux platform security (platform, data, network) and McAfee products Familiarity with Manageability (remote device manageability, infrastructure)
Please include a daytime phone number where you can best be reached along with your resume. Please also include a brief cover letter outlining your experience as related to this job requirement.
CompuCom is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No 3rd party/recruiters please.
Dallas-based CompuCom Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of end-user enablement, service experience management, and cloud technology services to Fortune 1000 companies. CompuCom partners with enterprises to develop smarter ways they can work, grow and produce value for their business. Founded in 1987, privately held CompuCom has approximately 11,500 associates and supports more than 4 million end users in North America.

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