In the new and exciting world of the decentralized internet, otherwise known as Web3, it is an individualâs fundamental right to own and control their digital identity. To ensure that the individual is paramount in Web3, we are developing a suite of applications to enable everyone to safely engage, take part, and transact in the emerging, decentralized world of the internet. Our platform centers on Web3 Identity and leverages that identity to provide individuals with secure digital asset storage and recovery, access to decentralized finance, the ability to prove ownership of their creations, and gateways to digital interactions and experiences â all to empower and benefit every Web3 user.
We believe that the decentralized nature of Web3 creates an opportunity for everyone to challenge the digital status quoâto own and control their identity, data, finances, creations, and future. This is the chance to get it right â to rally a movement of individuals so Web3 belongs to everyone, not to trillion-dollar companies. To fulfill this vision, we are seeking dynamic people who want to join us in leading the way to this new world.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
As Software Engineer in Test (also typically known as a âSoftware Development Engineer in Test), you have a keen attention to detail and software development chops to help ensure BCIâs critical workflows always run smoothly. You will primarily support our SDK development team while supporting other teams from time to time. You will be writing tests for a software baseline largely developed in C, so understanding C is important. You will build automated test suites that cover all major BCI use cases, prevent regressions, and validate new features. You will contribute to the product code base by fixing problems youâve identified. You will think creatively, experiment with and incorporate leading software best practices, and apply advanced testing automation techniques like property-based testing and Behavior Driven Development. You will work closely with our ambitious engineering teams to shape our approach to QA through extensive automation and creative problem-solving. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Creating end-to-end tests, focusing on critical user workflows and areas with high business impact, including implementation of sequential backend tests and regression tests.
- Increasing the test coverage of our SDK which serves as a gateway to several of our services.
- Executing manual testing of features, writing software such as scripts, and leveraging open-source tools to trigger specific code paths to ensure correctness.
- Planning, prioritizing, and coordinating test activities within a development team.
- Setting up, maintaining, and operating test automation frameworks.
- Contributing to the product code base by fixing identified problems.
- Creating & managing bug reports and communicating with the team.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO SUCCEED
YOUR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
You have a minimum of 5 years overall experience as a software engineer, with at least 3 years in a SEIT or QA role, writing test software and working as part of a development team. You have a bachelorâs degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent from an accredited institution required.
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