Software Engineer, Tools & Infrastructure bebop

bebop

San Francisco

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Bop

bebop is an early stage startup that was recently acquired by Google. We have an ambitious vision: to build enterprise applications that enable people to seamlessly collaborate and accomplish complex tasks together. We’re on a mission to build apps that will be a refreshing change from the usual bland enterprise products and tools that companies so readily accept.

Our offices are in San Francisco and Palo Alto.

Responsibilities
  • Design and build advanced automated testing frameworks and techniques.
  • Design and develop tools to measure product quality, stability, performance, velocity and code health.
  • Partner with other disciplines to ensure testability of our products.
  • Contribute to the engineering process to deliver a world class product.

Requirements
  • BA/BS degree in computer science or equivalent practical experience.
  • Experience with test methodologies, writing test plans, creating test cases and debugging.
  • Experience designing and developing test automation (both front-end and back-end).
  • Experience working with open source tools and systems for test automation and continuous integration.
  • Experience in Javascript, Python, and HTML.

Pluses
  • Experience with build and test frameworks such as Mocha, Karrna, Jasmine, Protractor, Selenium, and CI systems (buildbot, jenkins, etc.).
  • Experience with testing end-user applications and developer platforms on desktop/mobile web and native mobile environments.
  • Experience with Websockets/Socket.io, Google Cloud Platform, Angular and other web platform frameworks.
  • Knowledge of unix/linux environments.
  • Experience launching consumer facing web services.
  • Ability to work individually and in a team of engineers, designers, and product managers.

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