Camera Foundation API Testing Engineer
Posted: Dec 12, 2019
Weekly Hours: 40
Role Number: 200119970
iPhone is the most popular camera in the world. The seamless integration of software and hardware has led to features like Memories and Portrait Mode which deliver experiences that are magical. The Camera & Photos team focuses on user-experience by leveraging computer vision and image processing through machine learning. Our team works hard on products that ship to millions of people. We are looking for people who want to do the same. Be a part of the team that designs, develops and tests Camera APIs for the latest innovative Apple products. The Camera & Photos Group is looking for a talented software engineer to join its Camera Foundation Test Engineering team. You will directly contribute to writing and maintaining API tests for public and private Camera Capture APIs. This will be a dynamic role with exposure to both software quality and development cycles. We need an engineer with strong development skills and a quality first attitude.
- Experience writing native application code for iOS in Swift and/or ObjC.
- Strong fundamentals with one or more of C, C++, Objective-C.
- Experience with a major scripting language (like: Python).
- Experience building and maintaining test frameworks.
- Experience writing SDK/API tests.
- Ability to investigate and debug challenging problems.
- Camera experience preferred.
Development and maintenance of API tests. Triaging and debug regressions detected by API tests by working with engineering teams involved. Develop sample iOS Apps that demonstrates proper usage of APIs to 3rd party developers Develop automation frameworks to enhance existing test infrastructure. Data analysis of results to provide better reporting. Design and develop automated tests to facilitate the ongoing testing of new and existing APIs/frameworks. You will be responsible for ensuring the quality of Apple APIs/frameworks meet our standards.
Education & Experience
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent.
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