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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 25 Aug 2011 13:09:08 -0400
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IBM WebSphere Technology Institute (Chief Technology Office)

C++ and/or Java programmer for a project that involves 
bridging TCP/IP and RDMA transports and optimizing payload 
formats to minimize the transformation overhead at the 
consumer end. The work includes adapting and modifying an 
existing open source network communication stack, writing 
C++ transport bridge code, and writing Java code to enable 
the consumer side for RDMA. The required skills and 
experience include extensive C++ and/or Java skills, Perl, 
Linux and shell scripting (system programming experience a 
plus), TCP/IP stack, and configuring Linux network drivers 
and communications stack. Previous RDMA experience is a plus 
but not required.


IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale Development

The IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale development team is actively 
seeking candidates with a strong background in computer 
science/engineering to develop cutting edge distributed 
elastic caching software. The ideal candidate must have 
strong technical skills, a passion for technology and 
software, and possess excellent teaming and communication 
skills to facilitate cross-site development work. Candidates 
should have a high energy level, enthusiasm for software 
development, and the ability to collaborate with others in 
an agile team development environment.

WebSphere eXtreme Scale provides distributed object caching 
essential for elastic scalability and next-generation cloud 
environments. It processes massive volumes of transactions 
with extreme efficiency and linear scalability. It 
virtualizes the free memory of a potentially large number of 
Java virtual machines and makes them behave like a single 
key addressable storage pool for application state and can 
be used to access data from the grid significantly faster 
than from a traditional database.

Highly qualified candidates must have a proven record of 
developing Java based enterprise software. Additionally, 
solid understanding of database and caching technology is a 


 High School Diploma/GED
 Basic knowledge in Develop Java Applications
 English: Fluent


 Bachelor's Degree

Best regards. Andy

Head, RTP Center for Advanced Studies (CAS) and WW CAS 
University Relations for IBM NC
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phone: (919) 486-2016