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Korea

Ramneek Sekhon, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea ↗
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Post Doctoral Researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute


India

Saravanan Muthu, Bangalore ↗
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Linux system programming, IFE(In Flight Entertainment) and Bio-informatics expert having 12+ years Industry experience.

Ved Prakash Malakar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India ↗
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Innovative IT professional offering vast experiences leveraging Software Sustaining engineering (L3) and development using DevOps methodologies (git, Confluence, JIRA) to deliver highly effective and creative solutions to business and technology challenges on C++ and Linux . Utilizes highly attuned analytical skills to develop IT and business strategies employing cutting- edge technologies to increase productivity. Consistently drives high standards of service through effective project management, communication, and strategic planning. Strong exposure in client management. Highly organized with strong capacity to prioritize workload, delegate deliverables, and steer project completion within established deadlines.

Thumu Ramakrishna, Chennai (Vijayawada) ↗
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VVDN Technologies, Chennai ↗ as an embedded software engineer

Srinivas Rao, Bangalore (Hyderabad) ↗

Systems software engineer and networking expert

Mohit Kumar Rajain, Delhi ↗
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Network Security Expert

Shyam Saini, Delhi ↗
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DevOps Engineer at Paytm ↗, FOSS, Kernel programmer and Linux enthusiast

Rahul Shrivastava, Bangalore ↗
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Senior Datacom and systems Software Engineer having 5+ years industry experience. Hands on expert in TCP, Layer 2, Layer 3, OSPF, BGP, ISIS, Multicast, IGMP, Forwarding plane, Socket Programming, Kernel Programming, Distribution System, Operating Systems, Linux,Embedded Systems, Linux Kernel, Data Structures, Algorithms, Multithreading, Threads, IPC, Design Patterns, C, C++, Assembly

Shashank Mohan Jain, Bangalore ↗
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Development Architect at SAP Research, having 15 years industry experience in Cloud systems, provisioning services like DB/Brokers, Virtualization, Java technologies

Akash Satish Phalak, Bangalore ↗
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Embedded Systems software developer having 3+ years industry experience.

Himanshu Sharma, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India ↗
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Experience of around 2 years in Embedded Software Development, I am currently working as a Android Kernel Engineer in Borqs India. I had worked as a Wi-Fi developer in Qualcomm and possess considerable amount of exposure to Power Line Communication firmware. Have worked on Chipset’s integrating PLC & WiFi together and have a basic exposure to OpenWrt.


Iran

Ramin Farajpour Cami, ↗
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Senior Cyber Security Researcher, EDG (Engineering Development Group) of CCI (Center for Cyber Intelligence).


Taiwan

Velmurugan Ramalingam, Hsinchu ↗
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Experienced RD Project Manager, Systems software, Wireless Networking and RTOS expert


USA

Rajasekhar Chaganti, San Antonio, Texas Area ↗
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PhD in computer science at the University of Texas at San Antonio ↗

Chris, Philadelphia ↗

Solutions Expert and Network Software programmer

MSamir, ↗

Network admin and Linux expert. Certifications: RHCE, SCSA, CCNA, CEH, VCP, RHCSS

Kishore Reddy, California ↗

Systems and Embedded software developer

Carlson, Tuscon ↗

Student

Rachael Smith, ↗

Senior Systems and Network Engineer. Specialist in CISCO and Juniper gateways, firewalls and routers.


UK

Jackson*, London ↗

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Germany

Mathew, Hamburg ↗

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Johannes, Stuttgart ↗

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Bulgaria

Angel Angelov, Bulgaria ↗

SCADA engineer in ESO, Bulgaria.


Italy

Stefano, Florence ↗

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Roberto, Bologna ↗

Systems Consultant

Alessandro, Rovigo ↗

IT Operations, Manager.


France

Avellino, Marseille ↗

Network Admin. Certifications: RHCE, CCNA


Australia

Joshua James*, Sydney ↗

Student

Richard*, Sydney ↗

Student


Mexico

Ernesto*, ↗

Network Admin, Linux and Networking specialist.


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