Bazaar developers’ blog

September 16, 2010

want to work on Bazaar?

Filed under: jobs — Martin Pool @ 12:00 am
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I’ve worked with Robert Collins for the last 5 years or so at Canonical, and it’s been a real pleasure. Now Robert’s moving on to a great new rôle at Canonical, as technical architect of Launchpad. I can’t think of a better job for him, or a better person for the role, and it’s already paying off through Launchpad becoming faster (shorter page timeouts and hitting them less often) and I think more fun to work on. (See also his stump speech.)

Now we’re looking for a very good software engineer to join the Bazaar team at Canonical, working both on the core tool itself and on how it’s used by Ubuntu developers. We would love to get more applications from people with packaging or distro experience. I want to work with someone who’s very driven, who’ll reach out to their users and not wait to be told what to do, someone who knows the whole environment we work in, and someone who cares about doing good things.

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  1. [...] want to work on Bazaar? Now we’re looking for a very good software engineer to join the Bazaar team at Canonical, working both on the core tool itself and on how it’s used by Ubuntu developers. [...]

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