Posted on Aug 31 2017 (over 1 year ago)
As Software Engineer in Test:
What will my first technical challenge be at Irdeto?
Joining the team, you will work on our next generation media platform protection: a new 360-degree security service that we are developing to bring all of the solutions in our portfolio together as one seamless, end-to-end security solution for customers. Leveraging Irdeto’s 40+ years of experience in Conditional Access, Digital Rights Management as well as our Anti-piracy expertise, you will join a team developing the next-generation Rights & CA, delivered from the cloud and using the Rights and Rules Manager head-end with key features supporting 4K/UHD as well as enhanced Irdeto’s combat current and future piracy.
The technologies you will be working with: Java 8, AWS, REST, Docker, Jenkins, Jetty, TestNG, Terraform, Rundeck, Mesos, Unix
About the team: You’ll join a very collaborative cross functional scrum team consisting of 5-8 Software Engineers and Software Engineers in Test with multiple range of skillsets that all share a passion for developing, testing and deploying high quality software in an agile way. If you love working with new technologies, thinking out-of-the-box and thrive on working on complex challenges, you will enjoy working with us!
About the job: Every day brings a different challenge: joining a scrum team, working fast and releasing new features frequently, you will participate and fulfill a variety of responsibilities conjointly with other team members while keeping the quality of our product and its automation as your primary focus. Some days you are making test designs and conducting exploratory testing, other days you are developing complex test frameworks and respective scripts in Java 8 or deploying our latest product to the AWS environment. To give you an idea of the technologies we use for automating and integrating: we use Jenkins, Terraform, Rundeck, Mesosphere and AWS for automating our infrastructure deployments. For developing and testing our applications we use Java 8, Jetty, TestNG.
Sounds good! What do I need to bring to the team?