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Old 02-23-2007, 04:41 PM   #1
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Lightbulb looking for an embedded OS expert for discussion on hw/sw issues

Are you or someone you know an expert in the field of Operating Systems (PCs or pref. Embedded) at the architecture level and understand the HW/SW interactions? If so, would like to talk to you about selecting an OS and related topics. Have you ever written or participated in writing an OS and SW apps w/OS interfaces? We (hw background) need someone to collaborate with on SW side. Can turn into an exciting contract or part-time or eventually a full time gig.

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