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Date: 2009-07-08 (08:33)
From: Thomas Gazagnaire <ocaml@g...>
Subject: Employment opportunity at Citrix Systems
Position Summary
 XenClient – Developer / API

The Citrix XenClient product is a virtualization platform for mobile end
users. Using XenClient will allow Corporate IT departments to securely
separate Personal and Corporate Desktop environments while providing the
same user experience to the end users.

XenClient will be based on the next generation XEN hypervisor project.

Citrix uses high-level languages such as python and OCAML to accelerate
development and maximize the quality of the virtualization tool-stack of the
XenClient product line. We are looking to recruit top-class engineers to
work on the XenClient tool-stack; applicants must have a good knowledge of
data structures and algorithms, experience of programming in the context of
large systems and general aesthetic good taste when it comes to code and


• Implementation and integration of product features in the tool stack and
related subsystems.
• Day-to-day issue triage

Qualifications and Requirements

• Significant experience of applications programming in high-level languages

• An aptitude for implementing (and reasoning about) complex concurrent,
distributed systems
• She skills required to contribute to both the architectural design and
day-to-day development of a large code-base
• Strong communication skills and problem solving ability
• A determination to deliver great products that perform brilliantly and
meet our customers' needs
• Functional programming experience, OCAML would be a plus
• Scripting language (Python, Bash, etc.)
• We’re particularly interested in skills like power management, ACPI,
802.11 wireless networking stack and 3D graphics.


The Citrix Systems R&D, UK Centre is located on the Science Park of
Cambridge, UK.


Candidates should send a resume to Vincent Hanquez (