Tools & DevOps Engineer
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As an expert in the Dev Env team, you'd be responsible for the roadmap and delivery of tool chains used by the firmware development community for existing and upcoming printer platforms
- Own the roadmap for tool chains, build environment and delivery of firmware builds for the firmware development community
- Lead a team to develop, deliver and support tool chains to be used by the firmware development community
- Provide guidance on the tool chain transitions with new printer platform evolutions in future
- Technical guidance to the team on component testing standards and improvements
- Participate in Agile methodologies with the team to achieve business goals in timely manner
- Preparation and review of test strategy for deliverables by the team.
- Evaluation and implementation of appropriate tools for testing (test tools and productivity tools)
- Test Case Design Review and test case coverage.
- Tracking the release quality of test components owned by the team.
- [Must] Strong understanding of ARM architectures and features
- [Must] Strong understanding of Embedded Linux and ThreadX (RTOS)
- [Must] Very good working knowledge of the different tool chains available and the ecosystems there of (Like Yocto, opkg, openembedded, etc)
- [Must] Very good working knowledge of optimization features in the tool chain and impact on the generation of images
- [Must] Debuggers - hardware and emulator based debug
- [Must] Expertise in Shell scripting/ Python/ Ruby
- [Must] Very good understanding of CI/ CD workflows and ecosystems (Jenkins/ Github/ Gerrit, test frameworks etc)
- [Must] Expertise in dealing with Source Control System, GIT to be specific. Deal with Git web hooks, integration with Gerrit etc.
- [Must] Strong leadership skills, ability to motivate, mentor and build synergy within the team
- [Plus] Exposure to the trends in embedded linux ecosystem
- [Plus] Good to have - exposure to last mile continuous delivery mechanisms
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