MapD is world’s fastest open source database and visual analytics platform, harnessing the parallel processing power and and high memory bandwidth of GPUs to deliver query results in milliseconds. The company recently closed a $25M Series B led by NEA; other investors include Nvidia, GV, In-Q-Tel, Verizon Ventures and Vanedge Capital. Since launching the product in 2016, MapD has been recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor and a Top Ten Coolest Big Data Startups by CRN.
Summary of responsibilities and qualifications for the Backend Test Engineer:
Design, develop and debug tests and Test Automation Framework in a complex environment.
Execute tests, report results and open bugs as needed per organizational standards.
Ability to interpret directions and work independently to ensure the work gets accomplished in a timely manner consistent with software quality assurance best practices.
Demonstrate knowledge of traditional testing methodologies and practices for product testing including, functional, regression, integration, performance and system testing.
BS or higher degree in Computer Science or equivalent industrial experience
At least 1 years C development experience
Experience working on large-scale distributed systems
Working knowledge of SQL
Experience building Test Framework in Java or Python
Strong communication skills and a can-do attitude
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Exposure to GPU
Familiarity with one or more of statistics, distributed systems or geospatial
Experience with data analytics
Demonstrated competence and self-motivation in analyzing problems
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to be an outstanding team player
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