Welcome to Lightcurve, Berlin’s biggest blockchain studio! In close cooperation with the Lisk Foundation based in Switzerland we are developing a platform by developers for developers to fulfil our mission - to make blockchain technology accessible. Lightcurve team members are hard-working and fun-loving, always on the search for the most outstanding colleagues to push the boundaries of blockchain technology together.
We are looking for a QA Engineerwho can help the Lisk project achieve the very highest standards in code quality, performance and security. You can find more information about our products here: www.Lisk.io
Analyzing functionality and identifying areas of weakness in a timely but thorough testing
Experience working as part of a team to defined testing strategy
Deliver detailed bug tracking and reporting on progress to project stakeholders
Write and execute end-to-end test cases / user scenarios based on requirements
Contribute to the design, implementation, testing, and deployment of software
Experience in automated QA (3+ years)
Familiarity with unit and integration testing tools: Mocha, Sinon, Chai, Cucumber
Skills in debugging issues and providing developers with significant feedback
Understanding of CI and basic Unix/Linux commands
Good analytical and problem-solving skills
At Lightcurve, you find a wide range of benefits: an international and welcoming team, dynamic work environment, relocation package, modern office space in the center of Berlin, regular team events, top-of-the-line equipment and personal development plans.
Do you think you are a great fit for our team? Apply directly on the Careers page of website and send us your CV and cover letter. We speak over 20 different languages here at Lightcurve, but please make sure your application is in English.
Find out more about us on www.Lightcurve.io. Check out what we are crafting on www.Lisk.io. Want to learn more about blockchain technology? Discover the Lisk Academy!
Skills JS, Node.js, Backend Engineering, Mocha, Sinon, Chai, Cucumber, understanding of CI and basic understanding Unix/ Linux commands
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