I’m looking for a contract developer to develop the software for a new commercial portable RF instrument with a front-panel UI which includes a high-resolution touchscreen LCD. The embedded processor is a TI Sitara Cortex-A8 (BBB architecture). The developer will need
- Embedded Linux experience (mainline kernel)
- Qt experience
- Hardware debugging skills
- Ability to travel periodically to the Boston area for on-site meetings and debug support
- Ability to start work (at least part time) within the next few weeks
 Unless you can demonstrate a better alternative to Qt.
I would be interested in talking with you about this.
I have worked on a number Qt touchscreen based apps with Gumstix Overo systems, OMAP3/Cortex-A8 boards similar to the Sitara.
I have experience writing device drivers.
I have worked a lot with the BBBs, just never on a commercial product.
Some examples of my work that’s open-source can be found on github.
It’s mostly small proof-of-concept type code there.
I’m based in Maine.
Contact info on my site.
I am interested in your project.
I am a independent contractor based in Southern Maine.
I have some github repos with some sample work, mostly proof-of-concept stuff.
Contact information can be found on my website
(I didn’t see a way to do a private message using the group).
Hope to hear from you.
I got both messages. I’ve attached the preliminary product brief of the instrument so that you can see what we’re talking about.
Sango_X7_brief.pdf (2.27 MB)
ATT00001.htm (3.48 KB)