[sf-lug] Introducing Myself

Jeff Bragg jackofnotrades at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 10:00:18 PST 2010

Welcome, David.  I don't have any specific companies in mind, but with that
set of skills I don't think you'll have too much problem finding a job
(though in this market it may be a fight to get a decent salary).

Best of luck.

On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 8:27 AM, David Hinkle <hinkle at cipafilter.com> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> I'm David Hinkle.  I'm a long time Linux user and professional software
> developer.  I host the Quad-City LUG every other month at the company who's
> product I created and currently manage (http://cipafilter.com).  We put
> together usually 20-30 members for meetings and have about 120 people on the
> mailing list.  I've also been involved in several open source projects and
> even released my own (http://bandwidthd.sf.net).
> I'm interested in moving to the San Francisco area and I wonder if anybody
> knows of some companies looking to hire an extremely experienced and
> sophisticated Linux developer.  I have over 12 years experience working with
> Linux software and am considered a guru here in the local community.   I
> specialize in network enabled and communication applications.   I have an
> understanding of Internet protocols down to the wire level and years of
> experience manipulating protocols such as HTTP.  My primary languages are C,
> PHP, bash, and Adobe Flex.
> Most of the C work I have done has been in the form of a multithreaded
> proxy server that manipulates the HTTP protocol in real time.   PHP, bash
> and Flex I've primarily used to write web front ends for embedded devices.
> Please let me know,
> David
> 309-314-5021
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