Job in Bangalore – Red Hat Recruitment 2015 for BE, B.Tech freshers
Job in Bangalore – Red Hat Recruitment 2015 for BE, B.Tech freshers. Red Hat Job Openings in Bangalore for freshers as Associate Quality Engineer position. BE, B.Tech freshers are eligible to apply for this position. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the below provided link.
|Company Name||Red Hat|
|Job Role||Associate Quality Engineer|
|Industry Type||IT -Software|
- Implement automated test strategies, methodologies, processes, and procedures
- Work directly with test architecture and associated infrastructure pieces to support the quality engineering methodology, process, and procedures
- Work with testing and automation tools
- Analyze product source code and propose appropriate test automation for the products
- Work directly with other Storage Automation team members and developers
- Participate in and contribute to weekly team meetings
- Participate in product reviews with leadership
- Provide an accurate and timely status of automated testing efforts and quality statistics to the product leadership team
- Bachelor’s degree in IT or computer science
- Experience in programming languages like Python, Perl, Java, and C
- Domain expertise with storage-related technologies including block level storage and file systems is a plus
- Experience with continuous integration and automation frameworks is highly preferred
- Understanding of test-driven development or Agile methodologies is an advantage
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
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