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Job Description: Open Source Developer

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This real-world job description can assist  IT decision makers and job-seekers alike by outlining the core job qualifications of an Open Source Developer.

The attached document is a typical job description for an Open Source Developer and was provided by IT Staffing and Tech Recruiting firm G.1440.

The Open Source Developer candidate is responsible for designing and developing Web and command-line tools that are instrumental in automating processes that affect every part of the business. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Gathering requirements and engineers solutions
  • Implementing and integrating a new Linux-based monitoring platform for the data center
  • Working with network engineers to initiate or create automated processes for customer infrastructure

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Open Source Developer.doc
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