Software Development Engineer in Test
- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or similar technical field.
- 3+ years of experience as a developer or SDET.
- 3+ years of expertise in an object oriented programming language.
- Proficient in an object oriented programming language.
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We are looking for the unique combination of development skills and passion for testing. But unlike other SDET jobs we need you to be innovative, have an entrepreneur's approach and use creative solutions with the work you do on a daily basis.
The Kindle team is revolutionizing the way Kids can use Kindle Fire tablets and as a result you will be expected to work with the Kindle Fire Platform and App teams to automate functional, performance and fluidity testing. You will be also expected to run Functional, Performance and Stress testing on the back end services. Additionally you will be part of a team that is creating tools for optimizing the testing we are currently doing. This is part of a major culture shift towards upstream testing, tests integrated with build tools and working with development teams dedicated to quality software. There is a need for this SDET to be confident in their ability to architect and code solutions that the group can use for years to come.
We work in a fun, fast-paced dynamic team environment. As a SDET, you will develop, execute and maintain software to test the product. SDETs at Amazon are expected to have industry-leading technical abilities that enable them to significantly improve product quality. You should have a combination of solid in-depth knowledge of Quality Assurance, solid understanding of computer science principles, as well as knowledge of how to architect software for maximum longevity. The test software you will build should expose API defects in production level code as well as defects at the component and feature integration level.