Looking for a job

Ori Idan ori at helicontech.co.il
Sat Apr 28 16:56:42 UTC 2012

On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 7:28 PM, Darcy Casselman <dscassel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Ori,
> Good luck with your search!
> I should let you know, though, that we have some pretty vehement
> anti-spam people on this list who may take your post as unsolicited.
> I can see you're a real person and I don't see a huge problem with
> people looking for work here or posting jobs, *so long as* the jobs
> and skills are specific to Ubuntu (and, well, Canada).  I see you do
> have Linux development skills, which is great!  But you may find more
> success in future if you tailor your request a little more closely to
> the audience.  Even a "I'm a huge Ubuntu fan and would love to find a
> job working with it!" would go a long way.
> Darcy.

Thank you Darcy for your reply, I did thought a lot before writing this
mail and at first I thought limiting it to my Linux experience only but
later I thought that although this list is Linux specific and even more,
it's Ubuntu (my favorite distro and that is why I subscribed to it few
month ago)  I guess, people on this list may be working in many jobs and
some of them may either help me themselves or can forward my message to
other that do.

Yes, I am a real person with Linux and more specific Ubuntu experience. All
the web systems I wrote are running on an Ubuntu based server that I manage
(yes I'm an amateur sysadmin, I say amateur since some of my friends are
experienced sysadmins and I can see the difference).
Most of the ATE software I wrote in the past 2 years are Ubuntu based. I am
the first one who started building Linux based Automated Test Equipment in

Ori Idan

> On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Ori Idan <ori at helicontech.co.il> wrote:
> > Actually I'm looking only for an offer.
> > I would like to immigrate to Canada and in order to get the permanent
> > resident visa I need a job offer. I have a lawyer that will handle all
> the
> > formalities so it should be fairly simple.
> >
> > If you can help me and would like more details please contact
> me privately.
> > Also if anyone of you knows someone that might be able to help me, feel
> free
> > to forward him/her this message.
> >
> > Following is a short summery of the main things I have done. Please
> contact
> > me in private if you want a detailed resume or any more information.
> >
> > I am an experienced programmer with experience in many fields.
> > I currently writing software for automated test equipment for health care
> > and electronic industries for
> > example: http://www.helicontech.co.il/?id=geivent
> > I write testing software in: Perl, C, LabWindows/CVI and LabVIEW on Linux
> > and windows systems.
> >
> > I have also done many projects with embedded systems with many types of
> > micro controllers including: TI-MSP430, Microchip PIC16, Philips MCS51,
> > Freesacle (formerly Motorola) 68xx and many more 8/16
> bit micro-controllers.
> > I have also wrote software to interface with communication chips such as
> I2C
> > communication (http://www.helicontech.co.il/?id=ftdii2c)
> >
> > I have also done many embedded Linux jobs using ARM, PowerPC, MIPS and
> other
> > 32 bits processors for
> > example: http://www.helicontech.co.il/?id=mpc820-bringup or
> http://www.helicontech.co.il/?id=whitepapers_1
> >
> > In addition to all this, in the last 10 years I have also done few web
> > programming projects, mostly in Hebrew. The system
> > behindhttp://www.helicontech.co.il is one of the system I wrote, I have
> also
> > wrote a web based accounting software compatible with Israel tax
> authority
> > regulations. This software is considered the leading web
> > based accounting software in Israel. If anyone of you understands Hebrew
> go
> > to: http://www.ifreelance.co.il
> > I am now in the final stages of building a web based women clothing
> > shop: http://www.kantan-fashion.com
> >
> >
> > Thank you in advance
> >
> > Ori Idan
> >
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