Friday, March 9, 2012

Associate Software Engineer

Job ID: 9273
Job Category: Software Engineering
Location: Bangalore, India

The Role:
As an Associate Software Engineer in the Red Hat Storage Engineering team, you will work as part of a team responsible for developing the filesystem, and writing unit test cases for filesystem. The ideal candidate should have a strong technical background, preferably in client/server architecture, algorithm development and will be creative, team-oriented, a quick learner with good interpersonal skills and driven to produce results

Primary Responsibilities:
* Design, develop and debug storage filesystem
* Build and assemble prototypes as required with assistance from the senior engineers in the team
* Deliver high quality products that are extensible and scalable within the specified timeline
* Participate and contribute in code reviews
* Identify product requirements and potential improvements
* Participate in the complete software development life cycle from requirement gathering to deployment of the product
* Conduct system analysis and development and review and repair legacy code
* Provide assistance to testers and support personnel as needed to determine system problems.
* Debug and resolve any field issues
* Document code consistently throughout the development process
* Review, to the extent possible, changes in code and the environment that will affect system performance

Job Requirements
* A minimum of Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or other technical degree with relevant experience is preferred.
* Must have extensive working knowledge of C, C++, Makefiles
* Excellent data structures and algorithm skills
* Operating systems and Unix internals skills
* Knowledge of Free and open source software development concept and methodology
* Ability to multi task while ensuring quality of work
* Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to interact with customers if required
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills

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