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SpotOn Senior DevOps Engineer In-house position based in Krakow, PL is available. Check it out!
SpotOn is a cutting-edge software company dedicated to redefining the merchant services industry. SpotOn combines payment processing with customer engagement and business …
BriteCore last December. During my time there I worked using Python(Django and Flask), VueJs and knockoutjs, Mysql, Docker, AWS, GraphQL, Linux, Github and much more. If anyone have an opening please comment via thread on that message! Or reach me through E-mail:
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SettleMint Experienced SRE In-house position based in Belgium is available. Check it out!
At SettleMint, we make blockchain technology deployment, solution development and integration practical for the enterprise. We do so with our Blockchain Platform …
edX Site Reliability Engineer In-house position based in Boston, MA, USA is available. Check it out!
edX is an open source edu software startup venture. We are looking for a Site Reliability Engineer to help operate the world’s leading learning destination site.
AuditBoard DevOps Engineer In-house position based in Los Angeles, CA is available. Check it out!
Job description Who We Are AuditBoard is a high-growth SaaS company in the financial technology space that is transforming the way organizations …
Senior DevOps Engineer, UK. New year, new opportunities to join Automation Logic! We’re on the hunt for experienced DevOps Engineers and if you’re ready to take the next step in your journey we’d love to hear from you. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1675455152/
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Automation Logic Sr DevOps Engineer In-house position based in London, England is available. Check it out!
DevOps Engineer Role: You will deliver hands-on, business-oriented strategic and technical consulting to our clients for cloud infrastructure and data centre automation …
How to answer some of the most common behavioral interview questions (with example answers by real employees at major tech companies).
Hi all, I am available to work remote for a Junior role as a DevOps Engineer and also up for ReactNative Engineer Role. Attached is a link to my Resume and also my github link:
Resume: <https://drive.google.com/open?id=1K6Dv3sd5lGf7OeY3prjg9lOctMXtQmgO> Github: <https://github.com/adefemi171/> LinkedIn: <https://www.linkedin.com/in/afuwape-adefemi-micheal/> Medium: <https://medium.com/@adefemi171>
Hello everyone, We’re looking to hire a DevOps engineer to our Aviation Network team at Skyward (https://skyward.io). This role will help our aviation development team manage the infrastructure, pipelines, software delivery, and development of new technologies with an Aviation, and commercial drone focus. Ping me if you’re interested. https://www.verizon.com/about/work/jobs/4290393-senior-devops-engineer-aviation-networks?hl=skyward
Skyward is the leading authority on safe, efficient drone operations. Oversee teams, equipment, projects, and flights, and access LAANC. Skyward also provides drones, tablets, and data-processing software to get your program up and running, and our experts can help you develop a proof of concept, create efficient workflows, and train your team.
friend of mine just mentioned they are looking for a
Build Engineer based in
Seattle (sorry no remote afaik) at
Undead Labs (Creators of the hit survival-fantasy franchise State of Decay). For those not familiar with the game industry, this is typically a hybrid ops/dev type role - you’re responsible for making sure All The Things(tm) build, and usually for the pipeline that makes it happen. if you’re interested (didn’t get anything more, he’s swamped today) PM me an email address and I’ll connect you with them.
Are you looking for a place where you can use all your skills in a culture where collaboration, responsibility, and dedication to getting things done are your day-to-day experience? The Undead Labs engineering team is looking for an experienced build engineer to help us iterate on our build, automation and deployment pipelines. We believe inRead More
Skyward DevOps Engineer In-house position based in Portland, OR is available. Check it out!
Help our aviation development team manage the infrastructure, pipelines, software delivery, and development of new technologies with an Aviation, and commercial drone focus.
ALTEOS Senior DevOps Remote position based in Berlin, Germany is available. Check it out!
Super exciting Senior DevOps role available at a fast-growing start up based in Berlin. We are building the future of insurance and using a incredibly diverse and interesting technology stack to do so. Freelance, remote perm or in house position available.
I used a few of these questions yesterday. It worked well in gauging depth of knowledge. Did this person use this piece of technology once and put it on their resume, or have they used it many times and it helped solve some of their problems tremendously? I’ve learned with the latter, they will speak about it more passionately and are able to give you a laundry list of things that it does well and things they wished the tool did better.
yea, that sounds like my experience too
I really dig these questions.
These questions are too easy.
Haha, watch out
It’s how you answer them. They are starting points that allow the interviewer to dig down into your actual role/involvement and thought process.
What I like about them is that they are open ended and let the candidate have some control over the interview process. This let’s the candidate shine by showing off potential strong suits, but can also quickly identify lack of experience based on how they answer. Do you have a preference on interview questions?
From an “objective” perspective, yes, it’s harder to grade a candidate with open ended interviews, but as someone who personally doesn’t test well, I don’t like standardized tests or interview processes.
Nah, I give a good deal of the technical interviews where I work. I tend to zero in on where ever the candidate says they are the strongest and hammer ‘em like a horrible adaptive Cisco exam that keeps giving you IS-IS questions over and over again.
I like situational questions. Imagine a customer came in with the following ask: …. How would you respond to that?
It’s also open ended, but instead of the candidate framing everything in terms of their prior experience, you can get a feel for their style of thinking/working through problems
Totally, its more of a conversation on how they tackle issues. Of course if their style involves way too much clicking and such I get a little frowny …
Include some architectural questions when you see how they design stuff and think about security, manageability and scalability and IMO you’re golden
I’d be super hard pressed to answer all the questions on this list of devops interview preparation exercises… https://github.com/bregman-arie/devops-exercises/blob/master/README.md
Some more good questions here
I like that repo, the owner is super receptive to PRs