If you have a passion for working on open source projects and being part of a community then you belong at Linaro. Linaro offers its employees the opportunity to work with leading edge technology and the latest hardware.
Want to help build technology for the future?
Develop your career alongside world-class open source experts
If you have a passion for open source and want to be part of a community, then you belong at Linaro. Linaro offers you the opportunity to advance your career in an outstanding environment for professional growth, all while working alongside a team of world-class open source experts on leading edge technology. Interested in joining? Take a look at our openings listed at the bottom of the page.
Join a global and diverse team
Linaro has a global presence with employees based in over 25 countries. Every six months the company comes together at Linaro Connect to collaborate on open source technology together with other leading-edge technology companies. Linaro Connect takes place in a new location everytime, in the US, Asia and Europe.
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Up for a challenge?
Linaro challenges you to think outside the box and set yourself targets that make a real impact on the business. If you join Linaro, we will work with you to unleash your potential and help lay the foundations for a meaningful career.
Every Linaro Connect, Dave Pigott, Tech Lead of Linaro’s Lab and Systems Software Group, creates a cryptic puzzle for attendees to solve. Do you have what it takes to work with the experts? Then give the puzzle a go!
Looking for an internship?
A little less than a year ago I began my internship with Linaro. This internship was the last thing I had to do before graduating, and those six months were the time where I learned the most about Software Engineering, Machine Architectures and Infrastructure. Linaro's employees' expertise is renowned all over the Arm world, and by working with them, one cannot help but gain more knowledge, understanding and experience. With my internship over, so was my Masters Degree, and I had the immense pleasure of having a full-time position as an Engineer proposed to me. As soon as my university allowed, I started working full-time on multiple and various projects, which I had the privilege to have some influence on. Solving bugs, adding new features and driving the projects forward is my every day routine, and I love it !
Entry Level, Engineer Baptiste Gerandeau
A year and a half ago, I was an intern at Linaro as a Marketing and Events Assistant. Once my internship was over, my Manager told me that she would be happy for me to come back after graduating. I returned to university and 6 months later I was back in Linaro for my second internship. I have now been a Linaro employee since last August as an Events and Social Media Coordinator and I am really pleased to be part of the team.
Entry Level, Events and Celia Ilardi
Social Media Coordinator
A year ago, I was a Software Engineering Intern at Linaro. Through my internship I was able to find a practical application for the theory I had been learning at University. During my time as an Intern I created a facial recognition demo, and by the end of my internship I discovered the huge satisfaction of developing and completing a project. As I didn't have a background in Neural Networks at the time, I realised the joy of learning and diving deep into a topic on my own instead of following a lecturers lesson plan. More recently I started as a Software Engineer full-time at Linaro after finishing university in may. As a member of the 96Boards team in Linaro I've had the opportunity to work in many topics which interest me, such as self driving cars and neural networks which has been very fulfilling.
Entry Level, Engineer Theodore Grey