Openmoko is hiring
chrisfriedt at gmail.com
Fri Feb 13 18:14:51 CET 2009
The photos of your new office look quite nice.
I have to admit, that I'm very tempted to apply for one of the jobs
you've mentioned !
After I finish my MSc in Kiel, DE (2010), I will likely be subject to
moving wherever my wife would like to do a post-doc research term. She
wants to do it in Oregon, but maybe I can convince her to move to
Interestingly, I did take a beginner's course in Mandarin 2 years ago.
On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 7:54 AM, Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at openmoko.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Monday was the first day after Chinese New Year, and the first day in
> our new office in Xindian, a bit outside of Taipei, in the vicinity of
> many other interesting tech companies.
> So far we find lots of good restaurants all around, very nice...
> Two pictures from the new office
> In the second one you can see Taipei 101 in the background (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taipei_101
> If you want to stop by for a coffee, please feel free to do so. The
> address is
> 9F, No.276, Jiang-Guo Rd.
> Hsin-Tien City, Taipei County 231
> Now that we are in our new office, and in the new Chinese year,
> recruiting will become a much bigger focus for us. We have even hired
> a full-time recruiter, who worked for our parent company FIC before.
> She will start next week.
> The open positions are mostly hardware positions in Taipei, but even
> though the readers on these lists probably live outside of Taiwan, I
> wanted to share the information so you know what's going on in Taipei.
> Foreigners willing to move to Taipei are also welcome, we can help
> with work permits etc.
> Without going into too many details, some of the open positions in
> Taipei are Electrical Engineer, QA Engineer, QA Manager, RF Engineer,
> Production Engineer, Software Engineer (low-level / kernel).
> There is one open position right now we are looking to add anywhere in
> the world:
> *** Paroli Project Member ***
> For details, see http://www.paroli-project.org/
> If you believe you can make a difference in Paroli, bring the power of
> Python to an embedded device, please get in touch with me.
> Best Regards,
> Openmoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
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