Remote › 🌐 Worldwide, 100% remote position (Posted May 13 2022)
QA Engineer (Go) Bee team
Swarm is a system of peer-to-peer networked nodes for a decentralised storage and communication service.
Swarm could shape the future towards a self-sovereign global society and permissionless open markets. On Swarm, applications run autonomously yet securely in a planetary-scale deployment and execution environment.
Bee is a Swarm client implemented in Go. It’s the basic building block for the Swarm Network. Bee provides low level constructs for file storage, feeds, key-value stores and untraceable communication, through solid, well-tested code delivered in an agile manner.
Key technologies are Go, libp2p, protobuf, leveldb, and go-ethereum, as well as various cryptographic libraries.
Writing and executing end-to-end test scenarios in order to assure performance and reliability
Submit detailed bug reports and issues to our dev team
Take an active part in shaping the way our products are built by analysing how
functionality, user experience and performance could be improved
You have at least 3 years' experience delivering working, tested software
You are familiar with Golang
You are familiar with the blockchain ecosystem
You are familiar with Grafana, Jaeger and OpenTracing
You have experience of working remotely (with all of its complexities)
You are available around the CET timezone
You manage your own time effectively and respect time constraints
You like to take the initiative
You can express yourself fluently in English, both verbally and in writing
A good grasp of distributed systems
General acquaintance with cryptographic concepts
Hands-on experience implementing test automation
Competitive compensation as an independent contractor
An open, flat and transparent work environment
The opportunity to be part of a diverse and ambitious remote team
Flexible working hours and remote work
Instructions how to apply Apply at this url: https://www.golangprojects.com/golang-go-job-fel-Remote-QA-Engineer-Go-Swarm-remotework.html Please mention that you found the job at Golangprojects.com