Do you think Quality Assurance (QA) is more than the simplistic view of bug hunting? Do you believe that QA is important to the entire software development lifecycle and want to focus on failure testing, process and performance control, as well as best practice adoption? Do you enjoy doing performance benchmarks and noticing regressions? Do you like to write about it, from internal reports to external blog posts?
Then why not take up a challenge at Codership, the makers of Galera Cluster, as we are looking for a Galera Cluster QA Engineer (job description at link).
We’re looking for someone who is able to work remotely, join a company meeting at least once per year, be comfortable with the use of Slack and email (asynchronous communication, for developing our virtually synchronous replication solution!), but most importantly enjoy testing the application with a methodical approach. You will also get to verify bugs reported by users. And let us not forget, this job requires good knowledge of MySQL and MariaDB Server, where we have our replication layer in.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to hearing from you!