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Old   March 8, 2016, 15:19
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I finished my master of aeronautical engineering 2 years ago in Belgium and I've been working since then as a developer in a software company, totally unrelated to aeronautics. I've been living for 6 months in San Francisco, and I'm looking to get back to CFD, while staying in SF.

Do you know companies in the Bay Area looking for CFD engineers with software development skills ? The latter is not a requirement for me, but I'd love to be able to put those learnt skills to work.

Thanks !
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