Principal Linux Engineer

Company Name:
Hyannis Port Research
Hyannis Port Research (HPR) builds proprietary technology products that empower next-generation Electronic trading. We address the growing need of all market participants to create or modernize their systems in order to compete in the new, highly automated electronic markets. HPR is an early stage start-up in a high growth, lucrative field.
The Opportunity:
We are looking for amazing engineers that want to make a difference at an early stage company. Engineers that want to learn about the latest technology and apply it to some interesting and complex applications. We are developing technology that is fast, powerful, and robust. We address the growing high speed electronic trading sector - a high growth and lucrative field. The problems we are solving are complex, interesting and fun, and we want your help solving them.
Our Technology Stack:
Linux, C/C++, Networking, Embedded, FPGA's for HW, Java, Scripting, Python
Job Description:
HPR is seeking a motivated and passionate Principal Level Linux, C++/C based, real-time software engineer to develop high-performance, low-latency, transactional server systems to support our leading proprietary electronic trading platform. This is an excellent opportunity to leverage your strong design and coding skills, decomposing high-level problems into detailed components and/or subsystems. In this fully integrated software/hardware environment you will work alongside technology and industry experts.
BSCS/BSCE/BSEE or advanced degree
Experience designing, developing, debugging real-time C++/C transaction-oriented applications in a Linux/Unix environment
Experience interfacing with kernel and hardware/device drivers Strong understanding of the Linux implementation of the TCP/IP stack and related kernel functionality
Experience with concurrency and multi-threaded architectures
Networking TCP/IP, Ethernet, LANS
Java a plus
Additional Attributes:
Driven to learn
Please email your resume to hpr-

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