Release Engineer - Brain Inspired Computing

Job Description

IBM's Brain-Inspired Computing team at IBM Research - Almaden has built a first-of-a-kind modular, scalable, non-von Neumann, ultra-low power, cognitive computing architecture (TrueNorth) and associated end-to-end software ecosystem. We are building state-of-the-art digital neuromorphic chips and systems (large-scale and mobile) to solve real-time sensory problems.

We seek team members with proven release engineering skills who know a bit about machine learning. Ideal candidates will have expertise in the following areas:

Software/Firmware/Hardware release:

  • Experience with Docker, Jenkins, Object Oriented Design and Agile methodology
  • Strong test and debug knowledge of C++ and Python
  • Familiarity testing and releasing parallel programs that use CUDA and GPUs
  • Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Convolutional Networks, Machine Learning
  • Mapping neural networks to custom hardware
  • Real-time embedded software/firmware development, Linux kernel/device drivers, system level simulation and optimization
  • Software maintenance and source control (Subversion, Git, ClearCase), bug tracking (Jira, Bugzilla), and collaboration (Confluence, MoinMoin)

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

  • At least 1 year experience as a release engineer
  • At least 1 year experience with shell scripts, Docker and Jenkins

Preferred Tech and Prof Experience

  • At least 2 year experience as a release engineer
  • Competent in testing and debugging C++/Python systems. Familiarity with Object Oriented Design and Agile methodology

EO Statement
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