[Chicago] Job opening: Trading Technologies - Senior Software Quality Engineer

Brian Herman brianherman at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 03:30:59 CEST 2011


Brian Herman

brianherman at acm.org

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 2:22 PM, Brian Curtin <brian.curtin at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey all,
> My team at Trading Technologies <http://www.tradingtechnologies.com/> is
> now looking for a strong Python user for a Senior Software Quality Engineer
> role. The product we work on is a historical tick database server which
> provides trade data to a GUI charting tool and analytics engines within the
> company. We want someone who is experienced with building test tools and
> libraries of all sorts: regression, performance, load, data validation, and
> more. The server, written in C++ on Windows, exposes a data API which we
> have wrapped in Python and use to generate our tools.
> An ideal candidate should have a solid understanding and interest in
> software testing, experience with parallelism libraries like Python’s
> multiprocessing, and experience working with automated build and continuous
> integration systems. Prior job experience within the financial world is
> helpful, but most important is someone who can grasp the entire scope of the
> project quickly, and design and write solid, comprehensive test code to
> ensure the quality of the project. Someone with experience mentoring and
> leading junior QEs would be useful too.
> We’re running Python 3, using Mercurial, and working with some pretty beefy
> hardware. The environment is pretty laid back – casual dress, free bagels
> and cereal, free drinks, Xbox/Wii, foosball – and the work isn’t so bad
> either!
> Here’s a more formal job spec:
> https://jobs-tradingtechnologies.icims.com/jobs/1750/job -- send me a
> resume if you’re interested.
> Brian
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