Red Hat Is Looking To Ensure More Laptops Play Nicely With Fedora/RHEL

Written by Michael Larabel in Red Hat on 12 August 2016 at 08:12 AM EDT. 6 Comments
Red Hat is looking to hire two individuals for testing of laptops and tracking down any shortcomings in their support as it pertains to Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Red Hat is hiring for yet another interesting position. This time they are looking for two to join the Red Hat Desktop Team for testing of laptops and ensuring they are well supported by Fedora and RHEL. There will also be other desktop hardware testing too outside of just laptops.

Red Hat's Christian Schaller mentioned the openings via his personal blog. "This will be quite varied work and we expect you to be part of a team which will be looking at anything from driver bugs, battery life issues, implementing new stacks, biometric login and enabling existing features in the kernel or in low level libraries in the user interface."

What's better than playing with hardware/laptops on Fedora/RHEL? The job openings are in their Munich office! Thus I have to say, sounds like an amazing job!
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