Looking for a Community Lead for Project Atomic
One of the most exciting projects I’m getting to work with these days is Project Atomic. It touches on the full stack–from OS development to storage, to networking, containers, application development, and pretty much everything in between. Red Hat is working hard on the tools to develop, deploy, and manage containerized applications.
As part of that effort, I’m looking to find a lead for community efforts around Project Atomic and our container tools. (Job description on the Red Hat Jobs site.)
Ideally, we’ll find someone with some experience using Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, and so on. Also looking for someone with strong community background, able to work in the open and manage a number of open conversations across projects. Experience with the Fedora and CentOS projects a major plus.
There’s a ton of work to do, and things are moving really fast–so it’s definitely going to require someone well-organized and eager to stay on the leading edge of technology while the container ecosystem continues to move at a crazy pace. But, you’ll have the chance to work with a great team full of smart, friendly folks who are seriously passionate about open source.
Know somebody who’d be fantastic? Drop me a note. Username is jzb, and I work for Red Hat – shoot me an email with a resume! You can also find me on Twitter and occasionally on Freenode if you have any questions.