We are a high-tech startup and open community for IoT/AI that works with students, startups, and corporates interested in IoT and AI. We have deep skills in IoT and AI and we design software stacks that are built with deep knowledge of underlying hardware. We also create short APIs for complex systems and AI tasks so that customers can build AIoT products without learning embedded systems.
Operating Systems are one of the most complex products with intricate engineering that goes into making it worth smooth. This internship is for those hackers who like to go under the hood of operating systems and modify tweak and tune it as they want.
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:
1. Working on various subsystems/drivers of OS like display, camera, network, hardware media encoders
2. Tuning various drivers and applications to get optimal performance
3. Understanding how practically Linux drivers differ from ideal Linux Kernel API
4. Hack different internals of the os to derive maximum performance
For extra curious one: A sample list of the type of projects you may be working on - https://projects.iotiot.in/ (Note: Projects change every week.)
Only those candidates can apply who:
1. are available for the work from home job/internship
2. can start the work from home job/internship between 6th Aug'22 and 10th Sep'22
3. are available for duration of 2 months
4. have relevant skills and interests
* Women wanting to start/restart their career can also apply.
1. Internship is suited for those who seek jobs in operating systems/cybersecurity/systems etc. or want to pursue further studies in the same field
2. One of its kind internship since we are launching brainypi.com soon get exposure to alpha beta release issues and practical exposure to real life problems reported by live customers
3. Get to work with our founder who is one of the global 40 innovators selected by ARM
4. You will get to learn these skills in the internship- Linux shell scripting, Linux system administration and maintenance and Linux networking and OS security standards