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Embedded Software Engineer

at Temboo in New York, NY   —   Jun 28, 2014   |  
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We're looking for an embedded software engineer who loves writing software for microcontrollers. If you get excited about the intricacies of embedded systems, have successfully developed C and C++ software for production embedded hardware and want to apply those skills to building the internet of things, we'd love to hear from you.

In this role, you'll join our small, gifted team of embedded software developers to design and implement new approaches to embedded systems that push the boundaries of what embedded hardware can do. This is a hands-on role that demands programming expertise.

Temboo offers competitive compensation, a casual office environment, and respect for individual creative autonomy. We're looking for people who have interests outside of work as well (please mention some of these when you apply), so don't let that side project/superhero alter-ego get in the way of getting in touch. Does this sound like you? If so, there may be a place for you at Temboo.

Send us your resume and a note about yourself. Email and include "Embedded Systems Engineer" in the subject line.
Professional experience of developing embedded software on microcontrollers using C and C++
Considerable experience quickly familiarizing yourself with new hardware
Deep knowledge of networking in embedded systems
Degree in Computer Science or comparable experience
Python and/or shell scripting experience on Linux or OS X
Knowledge of assembly
Experience with HTTP client/server development or similar application protocols
Experience with USB and other hardware communications protocols
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