Job Duties :
Works as member of Asterisk development team at Sangoma.
Participates in a Agile / Scrum based software development environment.
Implements software in accordance with engineering management directives.
Participates in the Asterisk open source project in conjunction with a community that provides feedback anddirection.
Other duties as assigned by engineering management.
Required Qualifications :
4 year degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent experience desired. Strong experience desired with C, gcc.
Solid experience in C based multithreaded application development and debugging in a Linux environment based on pthreads and locking primitives.
Comfortable with gdb and debugging problems associated with real time, multithreaded applications.
Basic knowledge of git and git based development workflows.
Experience with unit testing and functional testing of C based applications desired but not required. Experience with Asterisk C development of core or modules desired but not required.
Additional experience desired : GNU Make, Autoconf, Automake, SIP, RTP, VoIP, realtime linux application development.
Experience with Python, Atlassian tools (JIRA and Confluence), Gerrit, Jenkins would be helpful. Experience with common linux C development tools such as valgrind and gprof would be helpful.
The candidate will need to be capable of quick and efficient self-study supported by peers on the Asterisk team at Sangoma.
Strong verbal and written English language skills are essential
Company Overview :
Sangoma Technologies Corporation develops, manufactures, distributes, and supports voice and data connectivity components worldwide.
The company also provides fax-over-IP services and SIPStation FreePBX SIP trunks; private branch exchange (PBX) platforms, including FreePBX and PBXact;
contact center solutions, including Lyra answering machine detection. Sangoma is a Canadian public traded company founded in 1984 and is its Corporate Office is in Markham, Ontario and subsidiaries in the U.
S.A., India and the U.K.