Firmware Technical Lead, Pixel Networking, Pixel Wireless Connectivity
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- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, a related technical field, or equivalent practical experience.
- 8 years of experience in designing, implementing networking features in Linux and Android.
- Experience with data performance in the Linux/Android networking stack, embedded Linux kernel and drivers.
- Experience in technology leadership, leading project teams and setting technical direction.
- Experience in building RTOS-based products.
- Experience in one or more general purpose programming languages such as C/C++, Java, Python, Rust or Go.
- Experience in applying machine learning into embedded systems.
- Ability to learn quickly in a technically complex domain.
- Ability to collaborate within and outside the team.
About the job
- Lead a team of Engineers to design/implement/fine-tune the Pixel networking functionality and performance to improve overall Pixel connectivity experience.
- Partner and collaborate with Engineering teams, product/project management, to launch solutions in a timely manner.
- Drive technical projects and provide solid networking mentorship to inspire team to innovate, design, and implement advanced connectivity features.
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