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Traffic at www.kerneltrap.com continues to ramp up. I'm pleased with the progress so far. Actually, things look good for an interview with the good folks over at BSDi including the project manager for embedded systems and kernel products, as well as some of the developers there.

Actually, I'm asking the development community to help come up with some proposed questions for this interview, so if there's anything you'd like to ask them, please read the proposal and post your questions.

Last month, I set up a new community discussion site, www.kerneltrap.com which is a news and discussion portal devoted to low-level systems programming, embedded systems development, and OS kernel hacking. It is with this site that I plan on getting myself back into the hard-core dev world again.

I must say, I'm getting sick of just doing sysadmin work. If anybody is looking for a developer in Tokyo, Japan, I am an experienced C/C++/PHP programmer with Oracle and MySQL as well. I would LOVE to work on projects (especially open source) if they involve significant coding (and I'm not that interested in doing web stuff) especially of a low-level nature. I am especially interested in getting into embedded systems work but I haven't had any experience in that field.

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